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The Bank of England Protects $1 Trillion

 Founded in 1694, the bank of England is the central bank of the united kingdom, facilitating transactions that amount to roughly $1 trillion everyday. the bank of England’s SOC- staffed by a team of 10 security analysts-is responsible for protecting the infrastructure that facilitates these transactions,processes one-third of the country’s GDP and is used by 4,200 staff, across a network of 10,000  endpoints that cover servers and user devices.


City of Los Angeles Enables Real-Time Security Intelligence Across 40+ Agencies

To protect its digital infrastructure, the City of Los Angeles requires
threat intelligence and situational awareness of its security posture.
Previously, the city’s more than 40 agencies had disparate security
measures that complicated data analysis. Los Angeles turned to Splunk
to assess citywide risks, gain visibility into suspicious activities and
proactively mitigate threats.


Dubai Airports Flies Into the Future With Splunk

Expecting to serve 100 million travelers annually — and to provide exceptional services to each of them — Dubai Airports turned to Splunk Enterprise. The airport meets its target to get 95 percent of passengers through security in five minutes or less by monitoring metal detectors to
identify trends that keep queues moving efficiently. The IT team monitors all of its Wi-Fi access points in real time, detecting and dealing with congestion and rogue hot-spots as they arise. Please feel free to click the link above to watch a brief video.


Fairfax County Protects Its Citizens’ Data

Fairfax County, Virginia, located in the heart of the nation’s capital,
employs 12,000 people across more than 50 agencies and serves
more than 1.1 million citizens. Its government is regarded as a leader in cyber-security and IT, enabling the county to effectively serve and protect citizens. Since deploying Splunk Enterprise Security (ES) with Splunk Cloud as its security information and event management (SIEM) platform, Fairfax County has reduced security reporting from two weeks to real time. Please feel free to click the link above to watch a brief video.


Leidos Taps Splunk for Better Event Management

As a Fortune 500 science and technology solutions leader, Leidos’ 48-year history spans everything from supporting the U.S. space shuttle program to helping design an America’s Cup yacht race winner. Today, Leidos is working to solve global challenges in defense, intelligence, health and other markets — and facing its own challenges to ensure its services are always available to customers. Since replacing its legacy event management solution with Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI), the Leidos internal IT department has seen many benefits. Please feel free to click the link above to watch a brief video.


Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency Bets on Splunk

Operating the state lottery and serving as regulator of the state’s six casinos, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA) oversees lottery and gaming activities that generate more than $1 billion in annual contributions to the State of Maryland. Before Splunk, the agency spent several hours each week on manual processes from meeting specific criteria regarding database security to documenting IT processes each week to meet audit requirements. The agency turned to Splunk, the Data-to-Everything Platform, to modernize its IT and security operations.


Maryland’s Prince George’s County Mission-Ready With Splunk Platform

Home to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, the University of Maryland and nearly 1 million citizens, Prince George’s County, Maryland, located outside of Washington, D.C., spans almost 500 square miles. The county’s centralized Office of Information Technology (OIT), which supports all branches, agencies and government employees, faces many challenges when it comes to fulfilling its mission with limited resources and funding. The county relies on Splunk to monitor its extensive network, which consists of about 100 sites and 500 network devices. Please feel free to click the link above to watch a brief video.


SAIC Builds New World-Class Security Operations Center

Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) is a leading technology
integrator specializing in technical, engineering and enterprise information
markets. With expertise in domains such as scientific research, program
management and IT services, the company needed to build out a robust
security operations center (SOC) and computer incident response team
(CIRT) to defend against cyberattacks. Please feel free to click the link above to watch a brief video.


The U.S. Census Bureau Goes Digital for the Country’s Most Efficient Census

Every 10 years since 1790, the U.S. Census Bureau has set out to
accomplish the country’s largest civilian undertaking: getting an accurate count of each person living in the United States and its territories. As the country’s first digital decennial census, the 2020 census will provide Americans with the option to respond online, in addition to by phone or mail. To navigate this new territory, the Census Bureau uses Splunk to take a data-forward approach to measuring America.



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