Meetup event

Enhancing Your Defenders Advantage with Splunk

The prevailing opinion within cyber security circles is that due to the asymmetrical force of threat actors, the attacker always maintains the advantage. This mindset has resulted in a defeatist attitude that has become all too pervasive in our field, and is mostly wrong.

Learn how we’ve flipped that thinking around to maximize your defenders advantage by repurposing data typically available within Splunk, and adopting an offensive-informed defense approach leveraging Alchemy Security’s premium apps Lapis (Integrated Risk Management solution) and Atom (Dynamic Asset Discovery and Inventory management).

Tuesday, January 24th

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm (MST)

238 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO

This meetup will be held at Alchemy Security’s Cyber Defense Center, and includes beer, wine, refreshments and food. For those that are looking to linger afterwards, we’ll facilitate a continued riff session around how other community members approach obtaining their own defenders advantage.

Meet the Speakers

Joe Bonnell

Joe Bonnell

Founder + CEO

Joe leans on his cultural roots grounded in jazz studies, servant leadership, lessons learned as a lifelong cyber security practitioner, and experiences garnered attending Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business Executive Leadership Program.

Cameron Curtis

Cameron Curtis

VP Sales and Marketing

Cameron delivers exceptional client and partner experiences with Alchemy Security’s Security Operating System framework, Splunk Solutions, Managed Services, and Professional Services.