FREE, ON-DEMAND CISO Blend Webinar Volume 7: Open Source EDR & Threat Hunting Basics
Guest: Terry Stuart, VP of Sales Engineering at Xcitium
Host: Tim Bandos, EVP, SOC Services, Xcitium
This CISO Blend Webinar episode discusses:
- How to Deploy Xcitium’s FREE Open-Source EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response)
- Best Practices for EDR-based Threat Hunting & Alert Analysis
- Live Remote Remediation & EDR Endpoint Interrogation
- Layering-in Endpoint Protection and High-Fidelity Alerting to Eliminate Alert Fatigue
Meet Your Host
EVP, SOC Services | Xcitium
Tim Bandos, is the Executive Vice President of SOC Security Services at Xcitium; delivering endpoint & network detection and response. An expert in incident response and threat hunting, he has over 18 years of experience in cybersecurity. Throughout his career, Bandos has expertly guided CISOs at major corporations on risk mitigation and cybersecurity best practices and has educated security professionals through speaking sessions at prestigious security conferences around the world, including RSA and Black Hat.
Meet Your Host
VP of Sales Engineering at Xcitium
Terry Stuart is an industry veteran with over two decades of experience in the security and networking sectors. An accomplished system engineer in his own right, Terry oversees a worldwide staff of engineers and professional service personnel charged with designing, installing, and supporting the Xcitium platform. Terry’s extensive experience in customer environments comes from working with thousands of customers worldwide in Fortune 2000 accounts, as well as US federal, state, and local governments and military; and EMEA/APAC/Japan corporations and governments. Prior to joining Xcitium, Terry spent 11 years with McAfee, where most recently he served as the Global Technical Director of the Security Operations portfolio covering the XDR, SIEM, and connective technologies. Terry has also held various technical management, product management, analyst, and contributor roles at traditional vendors such as EMC, Intel, and Websense, as well as time with several early-stage startups and venture funds.