Event Date: April 26, 2018
Hosted By: Splunk & Carahsoft
So you've heard about Splunk because everyone is talking about it. But what in the world is it, and what does it have to do with you?
Our Splunk Demo Jocks get it and they had it covered. Attendees got a high level overview of what you can do with Splunk, including a chance to see the tool in action in situations ranging from IT operations, to security, to the Internet of Things (IoT), and beyond.
Don't worry. We know you only had so much time, that's why our Demo Desk session was only 30 minutes long, and they're virtual so you didn't even need to worry about travel. Unless you count getting up for a cup of coffee.
Couldn't make our last Demo Desk? That's OK, we'll be back next week, and the week after that. Take a look at our upcoming schedule, or reach out to our team and schedule your own one-on-one demo to see what Splunk can do with the data that's most important to you.
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.
Any government agency, whether it is a civilian, defense or
intelligence agency, depends on information technology to
help support data integrity, reduce mission risk and ensure the
confidentiality and availability of information.
In response to these needs, NIST published its Risk Management
The rapid pace of virtualization adoption in the datacenter creates
challenges for virtualization administrators. IT professionals
have limited operational visibility into their virtual infrastructure,
inadequate control over performance and security of virtual
machines, insufficient insights in...
Targeted attacks — including advanced persistent threats (APTs) — and the new generation of malware they employ are among the greatest security challenges facing today’s enterprises. Traditional security technologies are unable to reliably identify such threats in the first place, leading to h...
The cyberthreat landscape is rapidly changing. As attacks continue to increase in volume and sophistication, agency defenses must also evolve.In order to do so, many agencies are moving toward a more holistic, analytics-driven approach to security. By gaining an end-to-end view of what's happening i...
Security operations teams are drowning in machine data and strapped for people who can make sense of the signals coming from it. In today's rapidly evolving threat landscape, quickly drawing actionable insights from the data is the key to reducing risk.