From the Driver’s Seat in a Security Operations Center: Finding Your Lane Lisa Tetrault Senior Director, Global Security Operations Arctic Wolf Date: Tuesday, Nov. 30 Time: 5
From the Driver’s Seat in a Security Operations Center: Finding Your Lane
Senior Director, Global Security Operations
Join Tetrault as she walks through her journey in the cybersecurity world, the importance of a security operations center (SOC) today and common threats and attacks that her SOC team sees on a daily basis. Get an insider’s view of what it looks like to lead a Global Security Operations team, and how you can find your lane in this field.
There was a time, long ago, when securing assets was much simpler. You would house everything in a room under lock and key and have someone watch over it to deem it “secure”. In a vast, digitally connected world, we now have the need to secure assets 24/7 through a SOC.
As you consider a career in cybersecurity, the areas of expertise are more defined than ever before. Working in a SOC is critical to many cyber professional careers and puts you in the driver’s seat for witnessing and defending real-time attacks. From a zero-day attack where very little is known of the event to a common phishing attack where someone opens an attachment they should not, a SOC sees all attacks in real-time from the driver’s seat, fighting off the unknown enemy.
(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Student Union 2.02.02
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