The Elastic Stack ArcSight integration enables users to easily stream their ArcSight data into the Elastic Stack. With a single command, the Logstash ArcSight module taps directly into the ArcSight data stream, parses and indexes the security events into Elasticsearch, and installs a suite of Kibana dashboards to enable immediate exploration of your relevant security data.
Join Elastic’s Mike Paquette, Director of Product, Security Market, and Alvin Chen, Senior Product Manager, along with Mary Writz, Director of Product Management, Micro Focus, for a conversation and live demo of the Elastic Stack ArcSight integration covering:
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Mike joined Elastic in 2016 from Prelert, where he'd been VP of Products for Prelert's machine learning technology. Mike's focus at Elastic is to help users and customers succeed with security-related applications of the Elastic Stack. Starting his career as an ASIC designer, Mike has led the development of SIEM, network IPS, DDoS Defense, and network monitoring solutions. Mike is a co-author of a patent on DDoS protection.
Alvin Chen is part of the product management team at Elastic focusing on Logstash and data ingestion. Previously, he drove Hadoop & Aster products at Teradata and hacked data solutions at HP with Cassandra & Hadoop. He has a Computer Science B.A. from UC Berkeley and is an avid sports fan.
Director Product Management, Micro Focus
Mary is charged with providing a modern, responsive and open platform to enable intelligent security operations at a massive scale. Her team pioneers advanced product applications both in the lab and in the field in order to enable advanced breach detection on known and unknown threats through the use of big data, data science, visualizations, and machine learning.
Mary has nearly fifteen years' experience in the field of cyber security. Prior to HPE, Mary held product and leadership positions at IBM in domains such as penetration testing, security intelligence, distributed denial of service, and targeted attack protection. Mary holds two patents and a Master of Engineering degree in telecommunications.