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Rishi Bhargava 4h
Amazing interactions at security field day - join our community at -
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Nathaniel C Avery 4h
Demisto is like some kind of Uber Swiss Army knife of incident response - research, collaboration, automation, reporting, and more.
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Rishi Bhargava () says playbooks create amazingly powerful workflows to automate your response to attacks.
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Jasper 4h
Demisto by looks like a good solution to manage SOC work flows and integrating various other tools into the process of investigating alerts
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Zoë Rose @ #XFD2 4h
Creation of automatic tasks from drag and drop menus - visual playbooks that output powerful workflows, to automate your security response actions
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"With the addition of Demisto, Palo Alto Networks helps security teams use automation to get stuff done by responding to incidents with speed and scale." - Rishi Bhargava ()
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Nathaniel C Avery 4h
Security folks are going to be dragged into coding like everyone else in IT. Demisto makes an attempt to abstract the coding via a visio- style workflow.
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𝕋𝕣𝕚𝕔𝕚𝕒 𝔸. ℍ𝕠𝕨𝕒𝕣𝕕🦄🎭 is at #XFD2! 4h
I've said it before and I'll say it again. makes a pretty GUI. is no exception.
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Giora Engel, VP Product Management at Palo Alto Networks, shows how SOC analysts use Cortex to make sense of alerts
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Nathaniel C Avery 4h
One of the problems with a SOC is that we keep feeding in more data which creates more alerts that we can’t keep up with. You HAVE to use automation to have a fighting chance.
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Varun Badhwar () invites you to try out our developer tool for :
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InfoSteph @ #XFD2 5h
Woooooowwwwwwwww, I had no knowledge of any of this part. Look the firewall UI is GRAND, okay?! You could try to learn it all and it would take a full year.
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InfoSteph @ #XFD2 5h
In the environment where I got to use Palo Alto, we were not able to utilize tags, so this dynamic address group thing with the tags is pretty baller to see.
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Jamie Fitz-Gerald to attendees: “If anybody ever removes an IP address, or brings down a VM, most people don’t update their policies, Panorama does it automatically.”
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Zoë Rose @ #XFD2 5h
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Nathaniel C Avery 5h
Lots of ways to get data out of PRISMA tool. Lots of different reports (Security view in pic) as well as API access.
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“92% of firewall rules have unfettered out-bound access – no control. 1/3 of databases in the cloud are internet connected.” - Varun Badhwar ()
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Varun Badhwar () tells delegates why security needs to shift left in the cloud
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Nathaniel C Avery 5h
is attempting to help security teams better integrate with cloud developers and DevOps processes that are designed for speed, automation, and scale. End-to-end visibility across IaaS, PaaS, Faas sounds cool.
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