Cyberseer’s Breakfast Club on “User Entity & Behavioural Analytics” is designed for senior cybersecurity professionals, who are interested in:
- How advanced threat detection using machine learning technologies can help corporations detect unknown unknowns.
- Leveraging User Entity & Behavioural Analytics and AI algorithms to detect & respond to cyber threats.
- How to visualise emerging threats and get 100% visibility of the network.
- Steps to building a more effective threat prevention program.
Cyberseer is skilled in advanced threat detection and provides managed detection and response services to FTSE 100 companies. Our Analysts, in conjunction with machine learning tool sets, discover and investigate malicious internal and external cyber-attacks.
Exabeam provides security intelligence and management solutions to help organisations of any size protect their most valuable information. The Exabeam Security Intelligence Platform uniquely combines unlimited data collection at a predictable price, machine learning for advanced analytics, and automated incident response into an integrated set of products.
With Exabeam, you can:
- Collect unlimited security data, at a predictable price.
- Detect modern threats that elude your SIEM.
- Respond effectively using automated workflows.
ABOUT STEVE GAILEY
Steve Gailey is the Solutions Architect at Exabeam. Steve joined Exabeam from Splunk where he ran the Financial Services vertical and was the EMEA head of the Security Practice. Prior to this Steve worked in the financial services sector and spent seven years at Barclays where he was the Group Head of Information Security Services.
Whilst at Barclays Steve and his team built the largest SIEM in the commercial world only to strip it out and replace it with a big data solution. He also ran many landmark projects including some of the biggest deployments of CyberArk and Varonis to date.
Steve also worked at Deutsche Bank as the Global Head of Web Services; at Nomura where he ran Security and Web services and at Lloyds of London where he was the Chief Security Architect.