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Securing the Cloud: How to Mirror Cloud Packets for Incident Response and Threat Hunting
Cloud computing has become an integral part of many businesses network architecture. As more enterprises move critical workloads to private and public clouds, they face new challenges that will need to be addressed, such as ensuring security, reliability, and performance.

Migration to the cloud creates significant blind-spots and loss of ROI on vital tools that are powerless without access to packet-level cloud data. Garland Technology and Corelight provide a complete cloud security solution.

We will show how Garland Prisms allows organizations, whether they are government agencies, financial institutions, or healthcare networks, to access, process and deliver packet-level traffic from VMs, containers, and Kubernetes in AWS, Azure, Google or any cloud. The cloud traffic is then streamed to the Corelight Cloud Sensors that will deliver high-fidelity data for incident response, intrusion detection, forensics. It parses dozens of network protocols for a rich, actionable picture of traffic, empowering security analysts to make quick sense of their cloud traffic and move at the speed of attack. Together, Garland Prisms and Corelight Cloud Sensors provide complete visibility into the cloud.

If you are responsible for IT security, data center operations, or application performance, then this webinar is for you. In this webinar, hear from Neil Wilkins, Ed Smith and Ronnie Ganwani, to learn how Garland Technology and Corelight work together to provide the critical visibility and control engineers need for their cloud environment.

Topics covered:
Why cloud visibility is important
How to acquire, process, and distribute packets in the cloud
Monitoring the health and performance of your cloud
Security use cases for incident response and threat hunting that can accelerate SOC workflows
Live demo of Garland Prisms and Corelight Cloud Sensor

Neil Wilkins, Garland Technology
Ed Smith, Corelight
Ronnie Ganwani, Corelight

Mar 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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