Security Onion For Your Organization: Trust Open Source
Defend the network & critical data, but on a shoestring budget with limited resources. In times like this, you must look to bulk up the security tools arsenal..
Often organizations place security practitioners in an unrealistic situation. Defend the network and critical data, but on a shoestring budget with limited resources. In times like this, you must look to bulk up the security tools arsenal. Security Onion is a great start, but how do you deploy across an organization and incorporate it into the security program? We’ll cover that and a few more tips to help you keep fighting the good fight.
O’Shea Bowens is a 12-year cybersecurity enthusiast. He’s the founder of Null Hat Security, which focuses on the areas of incident response, threat hunting, SOC operations, and cloud security. Null Hat Security also addresses workforce issues with skills and gap assessments via cybersecurity training.
His background is incident response, security architecture and security analytics. He’s an international speaker and has presented at conferences such as Defcon, ITWeb Security Summit, Qubit-Prague, Texas Cyber Summit, and SANS Blue Team Summit. O’Shea is also the co-founder of Intrusion Diversity System Podcast, founder of SkiCon Conference, board member of ISSA- New England, board member and board member for Cyber Security Non-Profit (CSNP), advisor to SANS Blue Team Summit and advisor to Layer8 Conference.