SECURITY

Splunk at RSA Conference 2018

Are you planning to join the 50,000 other security aficionados descending on San Francisco next week for RSA Conference?

We invite you to visit us at booth #N3409 at Moscone Center to learn how customers are speeding response times, mitigating risk and operationalizing a nerve center for security with Splunk Enterprise, Splunk Cloud, Splunk Enterprise Security, Splunk User Behavior Analytics, and the latest addition to the family—Splunk Phantom. We will also be covering a variety of use cases at each of the Splunk booth stations, including:

In addition, we have an exciting list of presentations, demos, and events during RSA for everyone attending the show to check out. Here’s the lineup (so far):

  • Need to get your plan for GDPR together? Attend the GDPR Essentials seminar on Monday, April 16th, to learn first hand how EU-Cert used Splunk for GDPR.

  • Check out Going Beyond Defense: How Security Becomes a Business Enabler with Monzy Merza, VP and Head of Research for Splunk, on Wednesday, April 18th, at 3pm in Moscone North 21.

  • Want to hear the latest on the Phantom acquisition and future plans for Splunk + Phantom integration? Stop by our booth on Wednesday, April 18th, at 2:30pm for a Q&A session with Splunk’s GM and SVP of Security Markets, Haiyan Song, and Phantom’s Co-founder and former CEO, Oliver Friedrichs.

  • Check out our in-booth theater sessions covering a range of hot topics from cloud security to SOC best practices to automation and more.

Follow @splunk on Twitter the week of the show to learn more.

Want to stay up to date on schedule changes and see what else we’re up to at RSA, including a series of in-booth presentations? Visit our Splunk at RSA event page.

Haiyan Song
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Haiyan Song

Haiyan Song has been with Splunk since 2014 and currently serves as our Senior Vice President, Security Markets. From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Song served as Vice President and General Manager of HP ArcSight, a security and compliance management company previously acquired by Hewlett-Packard Company. From 2005 to 2012, she served as Vice President of Engineering at ArcSight. Ms. Song previously served as Vice President of Engineering at SenSage, an event data warehousing company, from 2004 to 2005. She started her career at IBM/Informix, a database software company. Ms. Song is one of the thought leaders of the cyber security industry in the US. She is named Top 50 most powerful women in Technology in 2016 and 2017. Ms. Song holds a M.S. from Florida Atlantic University and studied Computer Science in Tsinghua University in China.



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