The Journey from Zero to SOC: How Citadel built its Security Operations from the Ground Up on Elastic
When Sean Lengyel joined Australia-based Citadel Group, he found himself working with security conscious cloud engineers, developers, and sysadmins who were using a monitoring tool that severely lacked intrusion detection and cyber monitoring capabilities. See how Sean and his team worked to replace their previous IT ops infrastructure monitoring tool with Elastic Security and Elastic Cloud Enterprise — and how it positively impacted their enterprise software and services offerings for their end customers across the world.
In 2020 Uber's security team landed on a search and discovery platform heavily dependent on the Elastic Stack. While the security engineering challenges Uber faces on a day-to-day basis span far and wide, they're certainly not all unique to Uber — from correlating behaviors across data sources to building interfaces for examining security logs and crafting detection logic to surface malicious behaviors, to name a few. Hear the most impactful lessons learned from Uber's security journey, and how security practitioners everywhere can tackle pervasive enterprise security challenges using the Elastic Stack.
Discover how Colruyt Group, a supermarket retailer that represents 40+ brands (Spar, OKay, Bio-Planet NV, DeamLand, Collishop), ensures business continuity for more than 30,000 employees by using the Elastic Stack and Elastic Observability to monitor events and logs coming from core infrastructure and application components used by internal and external end users. With Elastic, the group reduces cost and increases productivity of the IT team, allowing them to provide excellent customer service both inside and outside the company.