Event Date: July 12, 2018
Hosted By: Splunk & Carahsoft
You’ve used Splunk, or you’ve at least heard of it, but you have questions. Good! That’s what we’re here for. Come join the Splunk Demo Jocks during our new Splunk Demo Desk: Open Forum session to ask away at all the burning questions you’ve had building up.
The Splunk Demo Desk: Open Forum is only open to 5 attendees, so sign up fast to save your seat, and let us know if there are any particular topics that you’d like us to focus on (we’ll ask you on the registration page). You can log in for as little as 5 minutes, or stay on for the full half hour, and we’ll make sure you walk away with new information.
Advanced threats have permanently changed how organizations think about cybersecurity. It’s no longer enough to monitor for known threats or to just rely on security point products that provide a narrow view. Security teams need an infrastructurewide view of activities in order to identify, unders...
The state finance department partnered with Splunk, and NuHarbor Security implemented an IRS Pub 1075 dashboard to demonstrate compliance with the IRS audit requirement 22.214.171.124. An 18-page dashboard with multiple views accommodated the state’s use of both Linux and Windows environments. NuHarbor o...
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is responsible for law enforcement services for unincorporated areas of Sacramento County, CA, and several incorporated cities within the county. The department implemented Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP), a strategy that dependson high-quality data analy...
Qmulos Enterprise Audit (Q-Audit)
is the complete solution powered by Splunk for audit and accountability
controls. It uses audit logs and configurations from operating systems,
host-based agents, applications, and network appliances to automate monitoring
and demonstrate your compliance with co...
Qmulos Enterprise Compliance (Q-Compliance) is the next generation compliance monitoring and assessment suite powered by Splunk. Combining real-time monitoring of your systems’ machine data with the context and workflows of an IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance (IT GRC) tool, it is the most com...
Previously, the City of Chandler provided IT services to all of its agencies, including
the police. A few years ago, however, the police department launched its own
technology staff to improve delivery of police-related services and increase security
for confidential records, data and processes.
Government agencies are creating more data than ever before, yet they often fail to
capitalize on all of the information they’re collecting. A recent Forrester study found that
organizations are only analyzing 12 percent of their data, leaving the rest to sit idle, never
to be capitalized for b...
This new survey, from Clarus Research Group, found half of public sector
IT professionals (51 percent) feel new IT technology paradigms, such as cloud
and DevOps, are adding complexity to their organization rather than simplifying
operations. The survey, which was underwritten by Splunk, polled I...
These are trying times for armed services agencies. Faced with
increasingly sophisticated digital threats—that often go unseen
by conventional security solutions—agencies must harden and
manage growing IT infrastructures to safeguard classified data
and the systems that support operations, s...
Government agencies at every level confront difficult mandates. They
must safeguard public assets and sensitive information on citizens
from cyberthreats. They need visibility into and insights from their
IT infrastructures to deliver services more effectively. They must
analyze all the data the...