While ReliaQuest has attended and exhibited at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit for the last four years, the 2019 Summit held special significance to us due to a major company announcement planned for the event’s second full day: a first-of-its-kind platform to deliver on the vision of Security Model Management.
Here’s a recap from ReliaQuest’s week at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019:
A Big “Step” in ReliaQuest History: Introducing GreyMatter
We saw first-hand that Summit attendees couldn’t help but notice the ReliaQuest staircase as they made their way into and out of the big event. The staircase featured an introduction to ReliaQuest’s new platform, GreyMatter, which the company formally announced on June 18th. GreyMatter is an innovative new solution comprised of technology, ongoing enablement, and analytics. It connects disparate technologies, processes and teams to provide greater visibility and control over enterprise security operations, so they can act faster and smarter against threats.
Bringing GreyMatter to Life, One Demo At A Time
ReliaQuest’s booth served as GreyMatter central for the duration of the Summit. Attendees visited throughout the week to watch demos and ask questions, eager to hear how GreyMatter could positively impact their organizations. Want to see for yourself? Click here to request a demo.
In addition, we believe our presence provided a great setting for ReliaQuest to demonstrate first-hand the added value our partner relationships can bring to customers.
Taking the Stage to Help Cybersecurity Leaders Improve Threat Detection
ReliaQuest’s CTO, Joe Partlow, spoke on Tuesday afternoon to a room full of enterprise security leaders. He explained how it’s common for an enterprise to only have visibility into 60% of its security environment, and even then, it’s often at a minimal level. Partlow’s speaking session, titled “High-Impact Strategies to Close the Visibility Gap in Security,” warned security leaders that as security threats continue to multiply, their threat detection and response capabilities can fragment. His presentation covered several practical strategies to overcome these challenges and improve threat detection and response. These included encouraging security teams to ensure they are logging from all of their systems and applications, including those that are cloud-based. Partlow also recommended regularly testing SIEM content and environment vulnerabilities, so organizations can ensure they’re detecting everything they need to see.
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About the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019
The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019 features programs focusing on key topics such as business continuity management, cloud security, privacy, securing the Internet of Things (IoT), and the chief information security officer (CISO) role. Gartner analysts will explain the latest information on new threats to enable digital business in a world of escalating risk.