Event Date: April 03, 2017
Hosted By: Splunk & Carahsoft
Educational institutions face multiple priorities in their mission to deliver a secure, connected campus experience that’s conducive to learning. From providing always-on access to information to keeping campus networks and devices secure and running, their end goal is simple: to ensure that every student who enrolls is able to graduate.
Attendees at this Forum heard from UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke University, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) on how they're using big data and analytics to solve diverse challenges across their institutions including:
Identifying security threats and responding to incidents faster
Ensuring the health and performance of their campus networks
The state finance department partnered with Splunk, and NuHarbor Security implemented an IRS Pub 1075 dashboard to demonstrate compliance with the IRS audit requirement 188.8.131.52. An 18-page dashboard with multiple views accommodated the state’s use of both Linux and Windows environments. NuHarbor o...
Today’s datacenter has evolved and IT environments are now more complex than ever – so don’t let your IT management and monitoring tools leave you behind. With Splunk for IT Operations, you get end-to-end visibility across IT infrastructure to fix problems faster.
Qmulos Enterprise Audit (Q-Audit)
is the complete solution powered by Splunk for audit and accountability
controls. It uses audit logs and configurations from operating systems,
host-based agents, applications, and network appliances to automate monitoring
and demonstrate your compliance with co...
Government agencies at every level confront difficult mandates. They
must safeguard public assets and sensitive information on citizens
from cyberthreats. They need visibility into and insights from their
IT infrastructures to deliver services more effectively. They must
analyze all the data the...
Previously, the City of Chandler provided IT services to all of its agencies, including
the police. A few years ago, however, the police department launched its own
technology staff to improve delivery of police-related services and increase security
for confidential records, data and processes.
Your business relies on applications to handle nearly every process. So when these applications deliver a poor customer experience, your reputation, revenue and competitive advantage are at risk. Only insight across applications and the infrastructure they run on can set you up for success.
To protect its digital infrastructure, the City of Los Angeles requires situational awareness of its security posture and threat intelligence for its departments and stakeholders. In the past, the city’s more than 40 agencies had disparate security measures, complicating the consolidation and anal...
The increasing dependence on external service providers is prompting government to ratchet up its security requirements to ensure all information transacted about their missions is secure and breaches are minimized. The most effective way to comply with DFARS requirements is a solution that can meet...
Under the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Tools
and Continuous Monitoring as a Service (CMaaS) program,
the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) envisions a
comprehensive risk and security management solution for
deployment across the U.S. federal government landscape. The