In early March, Tripwire security researcher Travis Smith did a presentation at RSA Conference 2016 on how commercial and open source threat intelligence tools can work together to add essential time context to log data. This crucial data allows organizations to pinpoint exactly when a breach occurred and other critical forensic analysis information.
Listen to this special security slice podcast hosted by Tyler Reguly with a guest appearance by Travis Smith and learn the difference between big security data and “morbidly obese security data,” where to find the technologies discussed in Travis’s presentation, and how threat intelligence is changing security programs.
A slide deck of Travis’s RSA presentation is available on the RSA Conference website.
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