Detection Development, Tuning, and ROI in Cybersecurity
Speaker: Nathan Clarke, Cyber Operations Manager at Telstra
In this talk, Nathan will discuss a process organisations/SOCs can adopt for developing and continually improving the utilisation of detection systems, security software, and native logging to support incident response, security audits, hunting, forensics, etc. Called the Detection Development process, it ensures that maximum return on your investment in these technologies is achieved, your security systems are customised to your environment, and are providing you the information you need to report on and take action to observed behaviors.
Nathan Clarke is a former Australian Army IT soldier and Signals Officer and now Cyber Operations (Incident Response) Manager at Telstra Defence Engagement. He has worked in two Incident Response Teams and considers the field of Digital Forensics and Incident Response (#DFIR) his main field of interest/expertise. Nathan leads a dedicated team of incident responders and hopes to grow more for our local industry while driving a national agenda for greater focus on the IR discipline to compliment other sub-specialties in the market.
Disclaimer: Nathan’s presentation, including discussion and opinions therein are based on his own experience and is not representative of his current and former employers.
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