SecOps Hub is a community of security pros gathered to discuss SecOps strategies, incident response best practices, and ways to simplify it all with security automation and orchestration. Although Swimlane is proud to be hosting the community, and our in-house security experts contribute to many discussions, SecOps Hub is an open forum. Everyone is welcome to join and encouraged to contribute.
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What’s shared on the community?

SecOps Solutions
SecOps Strategies and Tips
Scripts
Automation Playbooks and Scripts
Incident Response Tools
Open Source Tools and Suggestions
Best Practice
Incident Response Best Practices

Who’s part of SecOps Hub?

Community members come from a broad spectrum of backgrounds, with a shared passion for learning about and discussing information security and industry best practices. Our users range from beginners to advanced developers, industry thought leaders, information security veterans, and recent certification program and college graduates.

Why join SecOps Hub?

  • Discuss anything related to security operations, incident response, security strategies, and best practices.
  • Share your expertise with industry peers.
  • Learn from industry experts.
  • Expand and solidify your knowledge and skills with various open-source tools.
  • Propel your professional growth and make new connections across the globe.
  • Influence the outcome of your work and solve problems on your own – with help from other security pros!

Recent Discussions

  • SOC Operations Poll

    @jay wrote: Hello All! I’m gathering some data to create example materials (tutorials and demos) that are most helpful for the overall community. With your help, I plan to gather as much realistic data as I can on the characteristics of the SOC at various […]

  • Want to help make a freemium product better for you and other users?

    @Emmaf wrote: Turbine is a scalable, high-performing automation & orchestration platform that easily connects your applications to the internet of things. We are gathering feedback to make this tool as useful as possible. You’d be a good fit for the beta program […]

  • Fascinating infosec research reading

    @doug.axtell wrote: I recently read the PHD dissertation of Andy Ozment, the CISO at Goldman Sachs. Mr Ozment uncovered problems with Vulnerability Discover Models and offered insights on how they might be improved. As an alternative, he proposed “an auction-based […]

  • SecureSet Expert Series in Denver, CO on August 16

    @Emmaf wrote: On August 16th at 6 pm, SecureSet is hosting an Expert Series in Denver. What topics would you like to learn about? What information could help you get your career started? Let us know and we will add your topics to the agenda! […]

  • Cisco Live 2018 (Orlando, FL)

    @jay wrote: I got the opportunity to attend Cisco Live last and wanted to provide a brief recap for everyone. Cisco Live 2018 (June 11 - 14, 2018) was a massive event with over 300 vendors and an estimated 30,000 attendees at the Orange County Convention Center in […]

  • Blackhat & defcon

    @Java wrote: hey, is anyone heading to defcon after blackhat? Posts: 2 Participants: 2 Read full topic […]

  • ShowMeCon 2018 Conference Videos

    @J_Geno wrote: Recommendations for InfoSec beginners:Securing Windows with Group PolicyPowerShell exploitation PowerSploit Bloodhound PowerShellMafia Obfuscation For the seasoned pro:Hijacking the Boot Process Ransomware Style For the CISO:Getting Newcomers into […]

  • Would like to automate more stuff

    @Java wrote: What are some things you guys have automated with scripts in your security operations? I have Nessus running scheduled scans and when the email is sent saying the Scan is complete it will run a script to parse the scan results and create issues in JIRA. I […]

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