Effective Threat Hunting: The Who, What, Where, When, Why and How
Traditional security practices cannot help manage the threat of all cyberattacks today. Organizations need to proactively hunt for threats to their IT environments using threat hunting, a process that utilizes a combination of automation and human analysis to investigate data sources for evidence of a threat that a machine cannot detect alone.
It’s critical to have the right tools and skilled staff in place in order to do so effectively. IBM provides such a threat hunting solution with a unique combination of people with experience and expertise backed by robust technology.
Join Thomas Bouve, Senior Threat Response Analyst, IBM X-Force, for part one of a 2-part webcast series. In these webcasts Thomas will explain the who, what, where, when, why and how of using IBM managed detection and response services. The second part of this series will take place on March 15, and you can register here for that event.
About the speaker: Thomas Bouve is a Senior Threat Response Analyst with IBM’s Managed Security Services. Prior to joining IBM, he worked as a system administrator for a leading Belgian university and a number of tech startups. He started his career with IBM as an analyst for the Threat Monitoring team and currently spends his days as a threat hunter for X-Force Services, researching malware and analyzing advanced threats.
Senior Threat Response Analyst, IBM X-Force Services