Security Analytics Security School

Security Analytics Security School


Industry hype has been building around the concept of security analytics, and for good reason: the more an organization knows about its devices, applications, data and the way its people use those assets, the better it can identify and prepare for likely threats. The quest for meaningful, reliable security data, however, can be daunting. In this Security School lesson, learn how to develop a customized program that delivers insightful, actionable security analytics. Key points of emphasis will include defining success, identifying needs, developing and integrating data sources, and ultimately analyzing information and using it to make smarter security decisions.


Josh Sokol, CISSP

Josh Sokol, CISSP, is the information security program owner at National Instruments.  In his current role, Sokol manages all compliance, security architecture, risk management, and vulnerability management activities for NI.  Sokol created the free and open source risk management tool named SimpleRisk, has spoken on dozens of security topics including the much-hyped “HTTPSCan Byte Me” talk at Black Hat 2010. He currently serves on the OWASP Global Board of Directors.

07 Feb 2014
14 Feb 2014
Virtual Environment
Already a Bitpipe member? Login here

Download this Virtual Environment!