Detection Engineering Dispatch is a live series of 30 to 45-minute episodes featuring hands-on experiences, open discussions and live case studies with security operations teams at leading companies on what it takes to build a great detection engineering program.
Join your peers to knowledge share, deep-dive on technical best practices, and engage in discussions relevant to the detection engineering community.
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5 Security Data Lake 'Aha Moments' for Detection Engineers
Omer Singer, VP of Strategy and Tim Frazier, Sales Engineering Director sit down to discuss how security data lakes can unlock new use cases, and more effective and efficient processes for detection engineering teams. They’ll dive into these 5 'Aha Moments':
1. The Era of 'Hot Data Retention' means all data can now be accessible for analysis, retrieval, and rehydration without the cost limitations of monolithic SIEMs.
2. Multi-data platform security analytics allow you to build multi-dimensional detections where you can combine signals from different sources at query time, rather than logging repositories that depend on enriching data at load time.
3. Empowering data science in the SOC with security data lakes, specifically Snowflake, allow SOCs to begin adding ML workloads to their daily operations, which unlocks additional use cases like detection content improvement, advanced search capabilities, and more.
4. Accessibility to more data means you can build more complex correlations across multiple sources which help you generate higher-fidelity alerts.
5. Infinite scalability removes the worry of not being able to analyze growing loads of data because data-cloud platforms allow you to quickly scale your compute.
Past Episodes & Resources
February 29, 2024
Mike Hart & Scott Rodgers, Principal Data Scientists at Anvilogic, sit down to discuss how SOC teams can leverage LLMs and work effectively with their data scientists to let the machines do more work, for you.
February 15, 2024
Join Kevin Lo, Senior Threat Researcher at Anvilogic, for a deep dive session on all things threat research and how it plays into the entire detection engineering lifecycle.
February 1, 2024
Join Omer Singer, VP of Strategy and Tim Frazier, Sr. Sales Engineer for a deep dive into the world of threat modeling.
January 18, 2024
Join us for the first episode of 2024 with Raymie Michael, Security Engineer @ eBay.
December 7, 2023
Learn the basics of identifying files, encoding, and encryption based on file characteristics & contents.
November 9, 2023
Learn what detection engineering skills are most crucial in todays environment
October 26, 2023
Learn how you can improve your investigation skills for lateral movements in Windows Event Logs.
October 12, 2023
In this episode, you'll learn how to maintain a healthy security environment to prevent the unexpected.
September 28, 2023
In this episode, learn how you can leverage AI to automate the tuning & maintenance of your alerts.
September 14, 2023
Come learn how Anvilogic leverages ML to help you get the most of not just your Snowflake investment, but any data platform you use.
August 31, 2023
Join us for our 7th episode where we'll continue diving deeper into the fundamentals of detection engineering.
August 17, 2023
This session will help you deduce when a webshell may be in the process of being installed/utilized, and how to get ahead of it. If you love getting hands-on, and into the details- this session is for you!
August 3, 2023
Watch the session to hear from Sota, and see how Anvilogic can empower your Splunk investment to defend against these type of attacks.
July 20, 2023
This session will help you fine-tune your hunting skills when you encounter a threat, understand popular types of payloads, and triage efficiently. Stay tuned for the giveaway where you can apply your learnings hands-on!
July 6, 2023
It's time to up-level or test your detection engineering skills by achieving top-level objectives and answering quiz-style questions to emerge victorious in this epic CTF challenge.
June 22, 2023
We'll walk through examples, and be giving away detections that can help you apply your learning hands-on right after the session. Come join us, and stay ahead with the detection engineering community!