As organizations are integrating cloud into their enterprise estate, we’re frequently asked how to operate a Security Operations Center (SOC). In this webinar, Netrix’s Infrastructure and Security Director, Rich Lilly shares our approach and experience, so you can use what we learned to improve your SOC. We will look at possible solutions to ensure you have the knowledge you need to cover the bases for workplace security.
1. Challenges of traditional (or no) SOC
2. How Sentinel can solve these problems
3. What does a Modern SOC even mean?
a. Co-managed model
What Is Covered
Traditional and non-traditional SOC
SOC’s organizational role and mission, culture, and metrics.
MODERN SOC GUIDELINES
How to set up people in the SOC for success: empower humans with automation, microsoft SOC teams and tiers model.
As a company that helps organizations acquire and adopt security technology, we are ready to give you tips on tools you can use to help keep your office safe.
Meet the Speakers
PARTNER, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR | INFRASTRUCTURE AND SECURITY
Rich has been working in IT consulting for about 17 years in various positions and roles and led numerous implementations of the Microsoft System Center line of products as well as Hyper-V and VMware virtualization deployments to develop private cloud solutions. In addition to developing Private Cloud solutions for clients, he also focuses heavily on hybrid and public cloud deployments, specifically around strategy and execution around Windows Azure.
Rich has presented at various Windows User Group meetings, regularly leads Microsoft ADS/envisioning sessions at various MTC locations throughout the US and also acts as an extension of the Microsoft Technology Solutions Professional teams from the EPG, CAM and CTM space.
PARTNER, DIRECTOR | INFRASTRUCTURE AND SECURITY
Vlad has been working with Netrix for the last nine years. He is passionate about all cloud technologies and on-premises hybrid configurations. Vlad has engaged with small, medium, and enterprise clients to design, deploy, and administer several migrations and new implementations.
He currently works with clients to help them understand how the Secure Productive Enterprise is architected, build, and deployed. His goal is to make users more productive while at the same time focusing on building security solutions.