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
December 5 @ 11:00am ESTRegister Here
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.
December 6 @ 11:00 ET
We will be discussing the Health and Wellness changes in RSA NetWitness Platform 11.x and future releases.
Log Source Management
DECEMBER 6@ 12:00 pm ET Register Here
We will be discussing the future of Log Source Management, both near term and long term. This will include a demo of 11.3 Source Management as well as mockups for future improvements.
RSA NetWitness Endpoint
JANUARY 10 @ 9:00 am ET
Topic : Enhanced Event Collection from Endpoints
In this session , we will walk through the new ,enhanced approach to event collection from endpoints in RSA NetWitness Platfrom and explain how this helps organizations gain deeper visibility on activities occurring on the endpoints along with improved detection.
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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.