As attacks become more and more sophisticated, so must the tools used to detect and investigate them. Many security operations teams are struggling to evolve not only because of inefficient tools, but also because human resources and/or expertise are lacking. Time is of the essence when it comes to detecting, investigating and remediating cyber attacks, and the ability to quickly and accurately prioritize incidents and determine how to take action are critical.
This informative presentation will give security teams a competitive edge over attackers. See why you need a security solution (and not general search tool) to provide the depth and enrichment of data required to hunt for advanced attacks. Discover how you can gain the functionality you need to build out your advanced SOC.
- Gain complete Visibility to identify and investigate attacks
- Detect and Analyze even the most advanced of attacks before they can impact the business
- Take targeted Action on the most important incidents
Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan serves as the Chief Technology Officer of RSA, the Security Division of EMC. In this role, he is responsible for leading the development of the company’s technology strategy and
bringing to market the innovations that help protect RSA customers from the growing number of advanced threats. Prior to joining RSA, Dr. Ramzan served as Chief Technology Officer of Elastica and, preceding that, as Chief Scientist of Sourcefire (acquired by Cisco in October 2013). Before joining Sourcefire via its acquisition of Immunet in 2010, he was Technical Director of Symantec’s Security Technology and Response division. In all of these roles, Dr. Ramzan has leveraged his expertise across numerous domains of cybersecurity and large scale data analytics to bring innovations to market that have protected customers from a large variety of threats to their information assets.
Dr. Ramzan has co-authored over 50 technical articles, and two books including Crimeware: Understanding New Attacks and Defenses, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2008. He also has over 50 granted patents. Dr. Ramzan was selected and served as General Chair of Crypto 2010, the premier conference in the field of Cryptography. Beyond that, he is a frequent public speaker and has briefed both numerous media outlets including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, and Reuters as well as members of the United States Congress on cyber-security trends and issues. Dr. Ramzan has produced a number of online videos on cybersecurity trends that have collectively been viewed over a million times and he has served as a guest faculty for the educational non-profit Khan Academy (khanacademy.org).
Dr. Ramzan holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His doctoral advisor was Professor Ronald L. Rivest, who co-founded RSA Data Security.