Event – May’19 Breakfast Briefing: Taking the Sweat Out of the SOC

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Join us to discuss how machine learning eliminates alert fatigue, closes the skills resources gap and improves visibility – taking place on May 2nd – May 9th in Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and London.

WHEN: Every breakfast briefing starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends around 10:30 a.m.

WHAT: A series of complimentary briefings to discuss Machine Learning Enabled Analytics.

WHERE: The briefings will take place at different venues in Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and London.

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Workshop Taking the Sweat out of the Soc LEEDS 9th May













Cyber criminals are targeting everyone with increased frequency and more complex threats. Being able to react quickly when you suspect a cyber breach is essential. Companies are navigating through large amounts of security data with limited visibility and without the right tools. The damage caused by delayed detection can be immeasurable, costing both revenue and reputation. It’s therefore essential for organisations to be proactive and have a comprehensive understanding of the latest threats targeting their business and visibility into the environment.

Join one of our upcoming two-hour breakfast workshops May 2nd – May 9th where we’ll discuss machine learning and security analytics as tools that organisations can leverage to defend their data and some practical ways it can be used to protect key assets.

At Cyberseer’s breakfast briefings we will address:

  • Being overwhelmed by security data.
  • Resources within the security team.
  • Choosing the right machine learning toolset and where to deploy it within your business environment.
  • How to visualise emerging cyber threats and how to gain 100% visibility of your infrastructure.

REGISTER for your seat today, as space is limited!
All places will be confirmed by the Cyberseer team before arrival.

By attending our briefings, you have a unique opportunity to learn from peers and experts. We’ll help you understand how you can get the most from your current investments, justify how to improve your security operations inefficiencies and bring simplicity and insights to your organisation.

Why you should attend:

  • Make Life Easier
  • Complete Threat Visibility
  • Operational Cost Savings

London Venue: The Hawksmoor, Guildhall

Bristol Venue: Hotel du Vin, Bristol

Birmingham Venue: Malmaison Birmingham

Leeds Venue: Dakota Leeds

The Cyberseer Breakfast Briefings are suited to C-level executives, including CIO’s, CISO’s, Heads of Information Security, Security Operation Managers, Security Architects and Cyber Security Managers interested in reviewing user behaviour analytics, tactics and remediation steps.

The workshop is based on establishing a level of trust and confidentiality under the Chatham House Rules.

 Cyberseer offers Managed Security Services that helps provide successful defence against advanced threat actors. Our monitoring platform delivers a suite of best-of-breed, machine learning based, cyber security technologies united through a single-pane-of-glass view of prioritised, anomaly-based threats. This allows our team of Analysts to triage contextualised threat information to identify and report actual threats to your security teams, enabling timely response to help mitigate risk to the business.

8:30 am Introductions
8:45 am Breakfast
9:00 am Discussion – Taking the Sweat Out of the SOC
9.45 am Q&A
10.30 am Close


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