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Webinar: Collect, Detect, Respond — a SIEM Built for Threat Intelligence

Thursday, July 30, 1:00-2:00 PM ET (Open to members and non-members)

Join us on July 30th at 1 PM EST for this free webinar — you’ll learn how to manage the flood of logs your organization takes in by centralizing them into one place with Perch SIEM integrations. 

Wes Spencer, Perch Security CISO, will show you how to get the most out of Perch’s threat-tackling SIEM with a host of all-new integrations built to help you search through logs, visualize threat activity, and take action — all managed and reviewed by the Perch Security Operations Center. 

Perch’s Director of Threat Research, Paul Scott, will drop by to discuss how Perch’s new threat research department helps users get a handle on the cyber threats they face. 

We’ll also hear from Barry Blanchard, IT Manager of Onondaga County Water Authority, about WaterISAC feeding threat information to his Perch instance, and how he rests easy at night knowing Perch is looking over the activity on his network around the clock. 

Register below to reserve your spot! 


Wes Spencer is a nationally recognized technology innovator and cybersecurity expert. He has served as a senior executive and advisor from Fortune 500 to venture capitalist backed startups, as well as on multiple advisory committees with distinguished organizations such as American Banker, Sentinel One, and FS-ISAC. He currently serves on the Department of Homeland Security AIS advisory committee and is active in the STIX working group to continue to drive automation standards in threat intelligence sharing. By profession, Wes is the CISO of Perch Security, focusing on internal and external cybersecurity for Perch. Wes provides thought leadership externally to organizations around the world in the area of threat intelligence and threat information sharing. 

Paul Scott has been in the security biz since 2004 as a threat analyst, threat intelligence analyst, threat researcher, exploit developer, and SOC manager. In his tenure, Paul has worked with thousands of enterprise and SMB customers to help them detect and respond to threats. Paul joined Perch to build the security product he’s always dreamed of. Now, he's leading up Threat Research at Perch to keep the flock alert and hit miscreants where it hurts. 

Barry Blanchard is the IT Manager of the Onondaga County Water Authority (OCWA), overseeing all technology for the company, including database administration, networks, security, and software applications. He doesn’t believe in just solving problems; he works towards figuring out how things work and coming up with the best solution. When he’s not working with the Onondaga County Water Authority, he’s off using water to tame fires as a volunteer firefighter.