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Threat Hunting vs. UEBA:

Similarities, Differences, and How They Work Together 

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Threat hunting and User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) are top of mind for many security executives, but how do they relate to each other?


Meet Your Presenters 

Greg Schaffer, CISO of FirstBank



Greg Schaffer is a veteran security exec of over 25 years. He served as lead writer for an industry-shaping UEBA report, co-written with eleven other CISOs, which provides guidance for assessing UEBA technology. 



Luis Maldonado, VP Products at Sqrrl

luis-125x125.pngLuis is responsible for Sqrrl's product strategy and management. Luis has been designing, building and productizing enterprise software products for over 20 years. Prior to Sqrrl, Luis led the product management efforts for HP's Vertica business unit and previously held product leadership positions for companies such as Akamai, Progress Software and Imprivata.

Register for this on-demand 
CISO-led Discussion

It’s no question that security teams must take a more active role in detecting and isolating sophisticated attacks. Threat hunting and UEBA can significantly improve your security operations effectiveness and detect the most sophisticated cyber threats. Used together, they form a closed-loop process fusing human-driven and analytics-driven threat detection.

This webcast explains how security teams can leverage hunting and analytics to detect advanced threats faster, more reliably, and with common analyst skill sets.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • Why you need threat hunting capabilities in addition to UEBA
  • How security analysts can use threat hunting and UEBA in conjunction
  • Real-world examples of UEBA vs. Threat Hunting

You can find the slides for this presentation here.

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