From April 24 to May 15, Cyberworkplace and UMBRiO, an award-winning Splunk Elite Partner in The Netherlands, organize the “Introduction to Splunk” course. Splunk is software that indexes, manages, and enables you to search for data from any application, server, or network device in real-time. Organizations across the globe rely on Splunk to modernize and strengthen their cyber defenses. For Cyberworkplace, Splunk is a great addition to its ambitious ethical hacking curriculum.
During the Cyberworkplace course, students learn how to search and navigate in Splunk, how to use Splunk’s commands, create reports, dashboards, and alerts and use the interactive Pivot tool. The second part of the course focuses on Splunk Enterprise Security where students learn how to monitor, detect, investigate, and respond to threats with analytics-driven SIEM solutions.
The innovative Cyberworkplace/Splunk course is lead by security architect Mark Brinkman, who is responsible for New implementations and usage of Splunk platforms at UMBRiO. In addition, interesting guest speakers from the UMBRiO network will share their knowledge from practice.
Because COVID-19, the course will be offered remotely. Read more about it here.
In February this year, UMBRiO and Cyberworkplace joined forces in a unique collaboration. UMBRiO is happy to support Cyberworkplace’s mission and helps by offering lessons and internships. Read more about the partnership here.
UMBRiO is a Dutch company that analyzes and manages machine data and IT service management processes to develop successful value cases together. They create added value for companies in the areas of efficiency (in processes), safety (security is their top priority), and security (of a stable and controlled daily operation). They work with Splunk that can make huge amounts of machine data quickly searchable for Business Analytics, Operational & Security Intelligence, and various IoT applications.