In tandem with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Splunk has been working on an IT asset management system for the financial sector that uses commercially-available products. The reference architecture’s three objectives are to provide practical cybersecurity with accessible data-based solutions, encourage data software adoption by more companies by reducing educational and economic barriers and to accelerate innovation of cybersecurity software in a collaborative environment.
Watch this webinar to learn the specific data sources and capabilities required to determine the scope of an infection before it turns into a breach. See a live incident investigation that demonstrates this approach.
Register for your complimentary copy of Strengthening Cybersecurity With the New NIST Practice Guide and find out:
- The approach, the architecture and how it can help financial institutions to improve their ability to defend against cyber threats
- How NIST leveraged Splunk Enterprise to provide key analytic and visualization capabilities in the architecture
- How NIST integrated Splunk with other tools such as Snort, Bro, BelManage and CA ITAM