The D3 team is getting ready to fly to the UK for Infosecurity Europe 2018, taking place June 5-7 in London. It’s the largest information security event in Europe, so we’re excited to show off our latest innovations, connect with security professionals from around the world, and learn about how information security is being approached in the wake of GDPR.
Come check us out at Booth N61 to say hello or see a demo of our platform. Here’s a quick rundown of the aspects of our solution we’ll be focusing on at InfoSec Europe.
We have a lot of new SOAR functionality to demonstrate at InfoSec Europe. Our latest release includes dozens of new integrations with systems and apps across the SOC, which massively increase the scope and power of our orchestration and automation capabilities. The new integrations include a deep, two-way integration with ThreatQuotient, which brings over 100 aggregated threat intelligence sources into D3 incident reports.
Of course, we’ll also be showing our entire range of full-lifecycle orchestration features that go beyond the SOC, with guided investigations, two-way SIEM integrations, automated data enrichment, and more.
Part of what makes D3 unique is that we are about more than just SOAR, with deep investigation and case management modules. We actually go even deeper than that, with the ability to support a wide range of processes, including:
- Converged cybersecurity and corporate security incident response
- Digital forensics case management
- Fraud and privacy investigations
Industry analysts have told us that D3 is the most comprehensive security operations platform on the market. A lot of that functionality might not be obvious in a straightforward cyber incident response workflow, so if you’re going to be at InfoSec Europe, be sure to come by our booth and ask our experts about the specific use cases you’re interested in.
GDPR came into effect just a few days ago, so it is bound to be a very hot topic at InfoSec Europe. D3 can be part of your complete GDPR solution, particularly when trying to meet the strict 72-hour deadline for breach reporting. Here are a few ways D3 can help support GDPR compliance:
- Efficiently capturing and documenting breach information
- Building workflows to track and prioritize breach response phases, send internal notifications, and generate external reports
- Auto-populate notification letter templates
- Create custom dashboards for breaches and notifications
- Easily delete people from D3, via a provable documented process
Visit D3 at Booth N61
Despite the long flight to London, we’re really excited to be attending Infosecurity Europe 2018. If you’re going to be there, we’d love to meet you. Stop by Booth N61, or get in touch ahead of time to schedule a demo.