Event Date: April 25, 2018 at 8:00 AM ET
Hosted By: Splunk
Join us for the Splunk Security Investigation Hands-On Workshop in San Diego, CA on Wednesday, April 25th. This three-hour event will introduce you to using Splunk software to investigate different types of activity - including login, endpoint, and network events.
During this workshop, you'll learn how to:
Identify whether login activity may be malicious
Find malware infections and their scope and impact (how far did it spread, how to contain it)
Understand where and how an attacker entered your network and how to remediate the threat
Use essential Splunk commands and key apps
Who should attend: Those new to Splunk (less than 6 months) or not yet using Splunk for security.
A basic understanding of Splunk and security data sources
You should also take the Splunk Fundamentals I online learning courses to get familiar with Splunk
This event is complimentary, however seating is limited.
Register today to reserve your spot in this hands-on workshop!
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