Founder and Chief Innovation Officer
In 2001, Eldon Sprickerhoff (B.Math.’ 91) co-founded eSentire in recognition of the incipient yet rapidly-growing demand for a more proactive approach to preventing and investigating information security breaches, now formally defined as Managed Detection and Response. As eSentire’s Chief Innovation Officer, he helps to set the future vision and direction for security technology within the company, defining operational security best practices, and overseeing the security posture on behalf of the company’s 650+ clients. Holding several security industry certifications and with over twenty-five years of tactical experience, he is acknowledged as a subject matter expert in information security analysis.
Modern-day cybersecurity threats require close monitoring and effective response. However, as data expands from on-premises to the cloud – or somewhere in between – new blind spots are emerging.
Threat actors are taking advantage and accomplishing their objectives faster than ever, and traditional SIEMs have proven to be ineffective at defending against new cyber-attacks and risks. Today’s hybrid IT environment therefore needs an additional spectrum of visibility with integrated detection and response capabilities to catch the most elusive of threat actors.
In this presentation, we will assess the evolution of data security, exploring:
- Why traditional SIEMs are falling short
- Why hybrid IT environments require an additional spectrum of visibility
- The level of risk associated with differing levels of visibility and the effects the addition and removal of each data signal can have upon your risk profile