Receive your recording of our latest webinar, in which Chris Cheyne, CTO, explored how to build an effective operating centre using SecurityHQ, and provided comparisons between elements that can be drawn from the human body to assist with the development of your cyber security.
What You Will Learn
There are many parallels between a well-run machine and the human body. Much like your central nervous system, your Security Operating Centre (SOC) is the central nervous system to your security. Within its overall structure, each element is crucial for the overall function. The EDR tooling acts as your eyes. Event logs are your ears. Network Behaviour Analytics is your sense of smell and your intelligence and context is your touch.
SOC Director and CTO, SecurityHQ
Chris Cheyne is the SOC Director and CTO for SecurityHQ, a global organisation empowering its clients with bespoke cyber security procedures and technology. Responsible for operating six Security Operation Centres across the UK, Middle East and India, Chris specializes in threat hunting and intelligence, endpoint detection and response, SOC monitoring, behavioural analytics, EUBA, SIEM and more. With over 12 years of experience in security operations and management services, his objective is to place the power of his SOC team into his clients’ hands, and to provide complete visibility of security events and threats within their environments. Chris has been pivotal in building SecurityHQ’s capabilities in Managed Security Services and has experience in delivering SOC detection and response services for household names across multiple sectors, including Finance, Insurance, Healthcare, Retail, Aviation and Education. With an industry-leading team of 200 analysts behind him, he ensures that clients receive the highest degree of protection against today’s cyber threats.
It is more important than ever that we monitor our cyber world. We must understand all methods. Ignorance is no excuse.View Recording