Security Onion, a free and open source platform for threat hunting, enterprise security monitoring, and log management, started integrating the Elastic Stack in 2017 and has continued to improve their integration over the years. In this webinar, we'll provide a brief overview of the Elastic Stack and take a look at the current Security Onion platform and its Elastic integration. You’ll also get a sneak peek at Hybrid Hunter, the next generation Security Onion platform that’s container-based and includes the latest version of the Elastic Stack, initial Elastic Common Schema (ECS) support, CommunityID support, and more. Join us to see how you can peel back the layers of your enterprise with Elastic and Security Onion Hybrid Hunter Beta.
Doug Burks, CEO, Security Onion
Doug Burks started Security Onion in 2008 to provide a comprehensive platform to help folks peel back the layers of their enterprise and make their adversaries cry. Today, Security Onion has over 1,000,000 downloads and is being used by organizations around the world for threat hunting, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. In 2014, Doug started Security Onion Solutions LLC to help those organizations by providing training, professional services, and hardware appliances. Doug is the CEO of Security Onion Solutions, public speaker, teacher, former president of the Greater Augusta ISSA, and co-founder of BSides Augusta, but what he really likes the most is catching bad guys.
Michael Young, Principal Solutions Architect, Elastic
Michael Young is a Principal Solutions Architect for Elastic supporting the federal team. He has been providing operational support to the federal government in a variety of contracting and consulting roles over the last 20 years. His roles have covered everything from technical writing and training to system administration, software development (including a stint as a product manager), and solutions architecture. Michael's focus over the last 10 years has been in the Big Data and Information Retrieval domains. Early in his career, he served 7 years in the US Army as a DoD certified Korean linguist.