Polarity in Action: Event Triage Use Case

Polarity in Action - Jan 28, 2021

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Today’s post continues an ongoing series on Polarity in Action, demonstrating how Polarity helps you to see the story in your data without sacrificing thoroughness or speed.

In today’s video, Polarity’s resident SOC expert, Terry McGraw, walks through an event triage use case, showcasing how Polarity provides analysts with all of the data they need, just when and where they need it. Polarity alleviates the burden of data retrieval so that analysts don’t have to search across all of their disparate data sources when triaging an event. To make things even more seamless, analysts can actually launch their playbook for containment directly from Polarity’s overlay window. See it for yourself!

Polarity in Action: Event Triage Use Case


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Meet the expert: Terry McGraw

Background: Terry is Head of Customer Success for Polarity and serves as our resident expert in Security Operations and Cyber Threat Analysis. He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the United States Army and has over 20 years of providing expertise in cyber security architectural design and operations in both commercial and government sectors.

Terry previously served as the Vice President of Global Cyber Threat Research and Analysis for Dell SecureWorks and President of PC Matic Federal. He retired from the United States Army in 2014 completing 27 years of service; the last 10 years of his Army career were leading key Cyber initiatives for the Army’s Network Enterprise and Technology Command, Army Cyber Command and the National Security Agency (NSA). He has multiple combat tours with his culminating assignment, serving as the Director of Operations, Task Force Signal Afghanistan, 160th Signal Brigade (FWD), providing all strategic communications infrastructure in the theater of operations.

Education: BA in History, MSA in Information Systems Engineering, and a graduate of the prestigious US Army School of Information Technology’s Telecommunication Systems Engineering Course.

Relevant Experience: Terry’s work in the Army leading and operating some of the world’s largest and most complex networks as well as 6 years as Vice President of Global Cyber Threat Research and Analysis for Dell SecureWorks providing managed cybersecurity services to over 4,000 commercial clients and leading it’s six Counter Threat Operations Centers gives him a deep and broad understanding of the Cyber Threat Landscape. His entire professional career has been in designing and managing resilient network architectures ensuring the operational readiness thereof.