Live Webinar: Go Behind-the-Scenes Of MDR and SIEM.

1/3/20 8:00 AM  |  by RedLegg Blog

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We're turning the MDR vs SIEM argument on its head!

MDR may be the new buzzword around town, but at the end of the day, it's about how each tool functions for you and your team.

Join the webinar to learn the questions you need to ask in order to better assess the impact of MDR and SIEM on your business. Once you get an MDR tool, what does it do? How can both of your security investments function together?

In this presentation, we will cover...

  • 6 determining questions to find your best fit.

  • An in-depth look at how MDR and SIEM aid Incident Response.

  • A compare-contrast of both tools and their effects on your environment.

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JD Bacon, Manager of Threat and Incident Research. From his Army career to his years of experience in cybersecurity, JD has dedicated his career to protecting and securing the vulnerable. Co-creator of RedLegg's Analysis Platform, JD is particularly passionate about innovating new technologies to help monitor, respond to and avoid cyber threats. He is proud to put his proactive and creative problem solving skills to work for RedLegg and act as a subject matter expert for SIEM customers.



John Paul Glab, Senior Threat Researcher. With his expertise in digital forensics and incident response for large scale incidents, JP is often in the trenches. He supports and mentors RedLegg’s managed security team and leads incident response engagements to better help compromised clients tell their story. He has a degree in Information Assurance and Security from Illinois State University as well as certifications in incident handling (GCIH) and reverse engineering malware (GREM). When he’s not finding, chasing down, and kicking out hackers, JP spends his time on the couch with his wife and dog.


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