A Day Inside a SOC - Part 2: Routines, Roles and Investigations
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The Security Operations Center, or SOC, is the command center for security monitoring and incident response. You’ve seen them in the news, the movies, even on TV. But what really happens on the inside?
Back by popular demand, join us for Part 2 of our "A Day Inside A SOC" series, where we'll dive into:
- Routines: How they are affected by shifts, roles and tooling
- Roles: What other skillsets and professions are found in SOCs
- SOC and Analyst layouts: More details on screens and their origins
- Investigations: What they were before SIEM, after SIEM and with AlienVault USM
Whether you are a "one-man SOC" or part of a team, you'll come away with practical tips to improve threat detection and response.
Missed Part 1 of the series? Catch it on-demand here.
Meet Your Host
Joe Schreiber is a Solutions Architect with AlienVault who has been doing IT security since the days of dial–up. With his team at AT&T Managed Security Services, Joe built one of the world's largest SIEM systems, bringing thousands of devices under real time security management and monitoring more than 2 petabytes of network traffic daily. With Joe's insight and experience, this is guaranteed to be an hour well spent.