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How security analytics helps UCAS protect 700,000 student applications

For two weeks a year, UCAS, the UK’s Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, is seen as a critical national service, during which 700,000 students rely on the service to find and secure university placements. If UCAS fails, students won’t get their places confirmed on time and universities won’t fill the spaces they need to. Personal data flows from the point of student application, through UCAS, to the universities. Protecting this data is paramount. Join this webinar to learn how the UCAS uses Splunk Enterprise Security running on Splunk Cloud to gain real-time end-to-end visibility and reporting across various technology stacks, both on premise and across their AWS environment, and why an analytics-driven approach can enable you to identify anomalies that could indicate potential compromise. Find out how Splunk helps UCAS: · Gain centralised visibility into their Security Operations Center (SOC) · Use incident investigation to prove-negative for breach notification o

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