RSA NetWitness Working Groups
RSA NetWitness Working Groups provide a mechanism for collaboration by the product team with our customers. Working Groups are formed to address specific areas of the RSA NetWitness product offering with the intent to engage with customers in validating that we are building the right capabilities into the platform.
How do I participate in a Working Group?
Working Group topics change over time as our roadmap progresses and we shift our focus to different areas of the RSA NetWitness Platform. We recognize (and appreciate) that our customers make a time commitment to be part of the Working Groups and we aim to work with our customers to set the right cadence of the meeting based on where we are in the release process .
To join a working group, please email the Working Group Owner for a topic you may be interested in or sign-up for next meeting.
Lead Product Mgr
Next Meeting Details
Contact Corey Dukai for more details
October 23 @ 1:00pm EST
We will be discussing the Analyst's experience in NetWitness using the Investigation and Respond components of the tool. The meeting will include a roadmap for future enhancements to get your feedback on our direction.
October 25 @ 12:00 ET
We will be discussing changes in 11.x for easier upgrades and also new NetWitness appliance and storage options to get feedback on current and future capabilities for the RSA NetWitness Platform.
Log Management & Configuration
OCTOBER 17@ 4:00 pm ET Register Here
We will be discussing the future of log event source configuration, management, and monitoring. This will include the centralization of configuration, load balancing, and automatic monitoring.
RSA NetWitness Endpoint
OCTOBER 31 @ 9:00 am ET
Join this session to understand more about the new and updated endpoint solution which is now native to RSA's NetWitness Platform , helps organizations gain visibility into activity occurring on endpoints and rapidly analyze malicious behavior in their environments.
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Contact Ray Carney for more details
October 18 @ 2:00 pm ET
We will be reviewing the current Threat Content Roadmap, and discussing areas with potential for improvement in Threat Detection moving forward.