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Today’s SOC teams are struggling to gain efficiencies that are grounded by the limitations of legacy, on-premise technologies. As a result, organizations are turning to cloud-based solutions to offer the flexibility and scalability they need to keep pace with the modern threat landscape.
It is critical that we explore the difference between cloud-native and cloud-based security operations center (SOC) technologies. From ensuring that you gain the performance and simplicity your team needs to fully leverage big data analytics to understanding the role that third-party integrations will play in your evaluation, we’ll leave you thinking about the questions to consider as you evaluate new SOC technologies.
Join JASK Vice President of Product Marketing Ken Liao to learn about how migrating to a true cloud-platform solution can help your SOC organization with:
- Improved automation of existing analyst workflows
- Better visualization of big data analytics
- apid integrations and improved context around threat details
- Lower total cost of ownership and rapid innovation
Jorge Orchilles – SANS Certified InstructorJorge Orchilles is a published author who holds post-graduate degrees from Stanford and Florida International University in Advanced Computer Security & Master of Science respectively. Jorge leads the offensive security teams in a large financial institution; is a SANS Certified Instructor; author of Security 564: Red Team Exercises and Adversary Emulation, CVSS, and a threat-led penetration testing framework; ISSA Fellow; and serves on the Board of Directors of the ISSA South Florida Chapter.
Mark Gelhardt – VP Technology Governance, US Bank/Evalon
Mark started his career in the Army and retired as a Colonel. The pinnacle of Marks career he was nominated and selection to work at the White House as the CIO/CISO equivalent, supporting President Clinton, the VP, the White House Staff, and the U.S. Secret Service managing all the classified automation and telecommunications. Mark is a combat veteran.
Since retiring from the service Mark has held multiple leadership positions in IT and InfoSec. CIO/CSO for World Airways – the largest US wide body long-hall charter airline. CTO/Deputy CIO (over Global Operations) and CISO for InterCall – the world’s largest conferencing company. Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for TravelClick – a Software as a Service company in the hospitality space. Consulted as the Interim CISO for the Georgia Lottery and NCR. Currently Mark is the VP, Technology Governance for US Bank/Elavon – Elavon is fifth largest credit card processor in the world.
Mark is the Author of “My Time in the Clinton White House” a book about Colonel Gelhardt’s time supporting the Commander-in-Chief, working with President Clinton Daily and about all the inside stories that you never hear about The White House, this book is available on Amazon. Mark’s honors include being a published author, a key note speaker, and panel member in the IT and InfoSec fields. Mark has been awarded CISO of the year finalist 2013, Global CISO of the year finalist 2014, and a National InfoSec Project award winner in 2013 and a finalist InfoSec Project award winner in 2015. Marks military honors include the Presidential Service Badge, the Legion of Merit, the Soldiers Medal (highest peace time valor award) and more.