Get to know from our experts the reference SIEM solution and leader year after year in the market: IBM QRadar SIEM. One tool allows to separate the grain from the straw being able to correlate millions of events from servers, computers, network electronics and immense external knowledge bases such as IBM X-Force allowing us to prioritize and optimize the time and efforts of our cybersecurity analysts.
Anticipating sophisticated attacks requires a mature, powerful and flexible SIEM solution to implement the latest attack prevention and information theft methodologies. Given the enormous interest in this technology, we offer once a month an intensive course in webinar format taught in English and totally free.
The next edition will be on Monday, January 18, 2021 at 15:oo London, 10:00 New York
In this first webinar, we’ll talk about existing architectures, from All-In-One environments to the ability to deploy some or even all of the cloud infrastructure, protecting our environments on AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud. We’ll stop to discuss what’s new in the latest releases, multi-client environments, and the challenges of environment migrations and updates. We will discuss the philosophy of the product and how to make the most of its powerful rule engine. We will discuss solution costs, licensing options and discuss the latest success stories among our customers. This workshop is based on our popular cybersecurity analyst courses, QRadar SIEM management and advanced product usage. The webminar will be fundamentally practical and during it, we will perform various live demonstrations.
Online seminar agenda
- Introduction of IBM QRadar SIEM
- On-site and cloud solution architecture
- What’s new in the latest versions
- Improvements over competitors: Splunk, LogRhythm, Exabeam, Rapid7, Fireye
- Product demonstration
- Success stories
- Open debate, pleas and questions.
Although it is an online seminar, places are limited. Sign up right now. We will send you an email a few days in earlier with all the details and information needed to connect.