CANCELED: Cyber Workshop: Introduction to Splunk
Join this hands-on workshop to learn the basics of Splunk!
**Due to speaker illness, this workshop has been canceled.**
Our final Cyber Workshop of the fall semester is this Friday, November 15, from 12-12:50pm in ITE 456. Pizza will be provided.
**Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of this message, as there are a few steps you will need to take in advance if you plan to attend this workshop.**
The workshop will be presented by Cyber Scholar alumna Alejandra Diaz. Ms. Diaz graduated with both bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Science from UMBC and was a member of the first cohort of Cyber Scholars. She is also an adjunct instructor here and currently teaches CMSC 304: Social and Ethical Issues in Information Technology. Please see below for important information about the workshop:
Cyber Workshop: Introduction to Splunk
Learn the basics on what Splunk is and how it works.
Splunk is a widely-used platform for data management. It is a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tool leveraged by industry professionals throughout various sectors and businesses, from grocery stores to defense contractors. In this workshop, you will learn the basics of how Splunk captures, indexes, and correlates data into user-friendly consoles along with common use cases, such as how to create your own dashboard. This is intended for users with little to no knowledge of Splunk or how this data analytics tool works.
- Bring a laptop with you
- Obtain a free Splunk instance and download onto your machine (www.splunk.com)
- You will need to create a free account with Splunk that may take 1 day to verify
- Know your UMBC student ID, myUMBC username (if different from ID) & myUMBC password
- No other experience needed!