The International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) is an annual event focused on the operational challenges of cybersecurity. The exhibition is organized by the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union on digital security and trust issues and brings together cybersecurity experts and solution providers from all parts of the world. I’m excited to announce the participation of Stamus Networks at this year’s edition of the forum from 7-9 June 2022 at Lille Grande Palais, France.
I’m pleased to invite you to join me on June 8 - Wednesday, for a Suricata-focused talk called “Problem solved: Fixing the Suricata NSM/IDS Event Cannon''. As organizations are having less time to respond to attacks, they face the challenge of insufficient attacker information and context while being inundated with alerts. In this talk I will walk you through our Suricata-based solution and will show you how it can provide response-ready notifications of serious and imminent threats with enough context needed to stop an attack before it becomes a breach.
On 6 June together with Sebastien Larinier we are thrilled to invite you to our french presentation “IOCmite - Quand Suricata rencontre MISP”, which will be part of CoRIIN 2022. We will start at 2 pm at Salle Jeanne de Flandres and will walk you through the open-source tool IOCmite. If you want to join, please bring with you your FIC pass (learn more here >>).
If you’re interested in learning more about Stamus Security Platform (SSP), you can get a live demonstration at the Stamus booth or check our demos: “Finding Patient Zero” and “Proactive Threat Hunting”. My colleagues - Cedric Le Roux and Steve Patton, will be part of our team in Lille and if you have any questions, they will be available every day to help you.
We hope you will have the chance to attend, and we look forward to your visit to the Stamus Networks booth (G6). Register now (click here >>) and don’t forget to join us on June 8 at 12:50 CET for our presentation - “Problem solved: Fixing the Suricata NSM/IDS Event Cannon ''.