Take a tour of Red Cloak™ Threat Detection & Response.
Security software used to mean missed threats, useless alerts and tedious investigations that burdened your staff. Not anymore.

WEBCAST: Thursday, October 29, 2020 | 11 a.m. EDT/ 4 p.m. BST  (Every Thursday)
Join Secureworks’ Senior Principal Engineer Matt DeMatteo as he provides a quick demo of our Red Cloak™ Threat Detection and Response software that shows how you can take security into your own hands and transform the way your security analysts detect, investigate, and respond to threats across your endpoints, network and cloud.

Red Cloak™ Threat Detection & Response (TDR) is a cloud-native security analytics application that modernizes detection, investigation, and response across endpoints, network, and cloud.

Built on our 20 years of threat intelligence, our SecOps experience of protecting over 4,000 customers, and the latest data science-driven threat detection strategies, Red Cloak TDR enables tradecraft for the good guys.  

Join this webcast to:

Understand how Red Cloak TDR can help you detect advanced threats, trust your alerts, and collaborate on investigations

See a demo of how Red Cloak TDR can be used to detect and investigate a real-world attack scenario

Participate in a live Q&A with a Red Cloak TDR expert

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TDR Tour

Join us for an interactive conversation and live demonstration.

Thursday, October 29, 2020
11 a.m. EDT/ 4 p.m. BST

Sr. Principal Engineer, Secureworks

Matt DeMatteo is a Sr. Principal Engineer focused on Secureworks’ Security Products and Services. Matt joined Secureworks in 2007 as a Security Analyst in the Providence, RI SOC. Matt has been working directly with customers for the past ten years as a Presales Engineer, Principal Engineer, Account Manager, and Global Solution Lead for MSS and MDR. His goal is to help customers protect their organizations by aligning threat actor risk with modern SecOps TTP (tools, tactics, procedures). Matt works with Secureworks’ global sales force, product development teams, and partners to promote best practices in solution design. He has a passion for understanding customers’ business needs and unique risks. Matt holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Rhode Island, where he also was the Director of the Digital Forensics Lab.