The crowd-favorite SIEM workshop is back as a virtual 1-day bootcamp, featuring two new talks for advanced users of the LogRhythm platform.
Feed yourself the knowledge that will save you time, your manager money, and your team its growing pains in the long-run.
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020
The bootcamp is officially open for registration by any security professional looking to better secure their business using the LogRhythm platform.
(Not a LogRhythm user? You can still take away concepts that may help your efforts.)
Set aside a day for tackling technical matters and sharing best practices.
Bootcamp leader Chris Young will discuss...
- Designing for growth
- Tuned rules
- Log sources
- System management
- Advanced configuration*
*Denotes new content. But we'll do our best to keep the powerpoint slides to a minimum overall as we demonstrate via the tool for each talk.
And a whole day? Don't worry!
We'll do our best to make it engaging; we'll take plenty of breaks; and we of course want your questions, want you to share your experience and best practices, and want you to put in what you want out of the day.
You'll also have the option to extend your learnings to a second day, where you'll have the chance to view related content (previously recorded) on the topics of IR and SIEM as well.
Did we mention it's free?
Learn more about your bootcamp leader:
Chris Young, Senior Solutions Architect. No stranger to RedLegg’s namesake, Chris’ background includes delivering cybersecurity and electronic systems repair services in the military. With over 15 years of experience in information security, compliance and risk management, Chris brings a wealth of knowledge to the RedLegg team. Chris is particularly interested in behavioral anomaly detection and has supported over 85,000 remote users worldwide with firewall consulting and design, security audits, vulnerability health checks, compliance gap assessments and so much more.
The Story Behind The Goat
We have a feeling you may be wondering about the Goat...
Yes, it's slang for "greatest-of-all-time."
But the goat also embodies three sentiments:
- Security professionals and analysts work so hard that we believe they're truly the greatest. We want to help support them and their team in order to make their jobs a little easier.
- Our MSS team voted for their team mascot and the goat won by a landslide.
- Goats are constantly in the weeds, eating through the riff-raff to help clear it away, and that's a great metaphor/personification of the job.