(ISC)Kansas City Chapter
Behavior-based Network Detection and Response 

 The network perimeter has disappeared as enterprise workloads move to the cloud. Emerging attack surfaces brought on by this adoption open the door for new attacks, which legacy security tools are ill-equipped to handle. As a result, SOC teams are leveraging modern behavior-based Network Detection and Response to hunt and stay ahead of attackers.
Join us virtually at 5:30 pm on Wednesday, June 2, 2021

5:30 - Welcome/Chapter Announcements

5:45 - Presentation/Open Discussion

6:30 - Wrap Up

6:45 - Meeting Closeout

Thanks to our Sponsor
Welcome Geoff Korrub

 Geoff Korrub currently serves as a Senior Security Engineer for Vectra where he drives the adoption of the Vectra Network Detection and Response platform in the Southwest region. He has over 25+ years in the tech industry with a background leading transformational IT security centric initiatives and has extensive experience directing the development of security first solutions and communicating messaging to the director, and CISO level executives. Geoff is a passionate security technician committed to helping customers tackle today’s most pressing security challenges.

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