Shwan is a Sr. Splunk Security Engineer at SP6 and a proven Splunker, with 13 years of experience within multiple domains including IT Security, IT Operations, database/network administration, and Splunk Professional Services. He has consulted with clients in the financial services, defense, government, retail, manufacturing, and logistics industries. Shwan’s certifications include Splunk Accredited UBA Implementation, Splunk Core Implementation Accreditation, and Splunk Fundamental Implementation Accreditation. Shwan’s IT career began in 2005. Since then, he has involved himself with different technologies and specialties. In combination with his programming, networking and database administration experience, he has successfully architected, deployed, and evangelized Splunk in large enterprise environments.
Phishing is one of today’s largest cybersecurity threats. With 90% of data breaches tracing back to a phishing email, it’s crucial that members of your organization don’t fall victim. In this article, we’ll provide a comprehensive guide on how you can stay safe from phishing attacks. We’ll break down what exactly phishing is, how it […]
UBA, User Behavior Analytics, is a Premium Splunk App that leverages machine learning technologies, to secure an organization from insider threats while also providing outsider threat monitoring and alerting capabilities. In this blog we will cover frequently asked questions around UBA and its functionality.
During your SIEM journey there will be many terms thrown your way, understanding those terms is absolutely essential when it comes to your security environment. In this article, we will bring clarity to one of the more important terms in SIEM, CIM (Common Information Model) Lets Start with the Basics!
As a SIEM solution leader, Splunk has proven that it has the capability to accommodate and process big data very efficiently.
Is Splunk really useful for DBAs? The short answer: absolutely! DBA (Database Administrator) is one of the most complicated and important roles in any enterprise, as they are ultimately responsible for the where data lives.