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23 October 2019

Become a Threat Hunter

Learn the skills and tools leading threat hunters use to uncover and stop sophisticated attacks.

20th November 2019Raddison Blue ES Hotel, Via Filippo Turati 171, Rome

There’s a very high chance that hidden threats exist inside your organisation’s systems. You can’t assume your security measures are impenetrable, no matter how thorough your security precautions. Learn how experts uncover and stop the most recent, sophisticated, and dangerous attacks.
Take part in this CERT STAR meeting where Carbon Black will walk you through the steps of threat hunting so you can then put them into practice in your own environment.
In this workshop you will learn how to:
• Identify and detect processes making malicious outbound connections or unauthorised modifications in real-time
• Respond to attacks by stopping malicious processes, banning hashes, and isolating marginalised hosts
• Detect future suspicious activity and receive early warning to move security procedures and policies forward

Program

10:30 10:40

Welcome and Introduction

Nicola Sotira, Director General,
GCSEC

 

10:40 10:50

Introduction of Vmware Carbon Black and Carbon Black Cloud

Paolo Cecchi, Sales Manager Italy & Adriatic Region,
Carbon Black

 

10:50 11:05

What is Threat Hunting

Ryan Hendricks, Senior Manager of Training,
Carbon Black

 

11:05 13:00

Hands-on Threat Hunting Workshop

Ryan Hendricks, Senior Manager of Training,
Carbon Black

 

13:00 14:00

Lunch

 

14:00 14:30

Automatiting Detection

Ryan Hendricks, Senior Manager of Training,
Carbon Black

 

14:30 15:15

Defending Against Attacks

Ryan Hendricks, Senior Manager of Training,
Carbon Black

 

15:15 16:00

Real-time Endpoint Query

Ryan Hendricks, Senior Manager of Training,
Carbon Black

 

16:00 16:20

Conclusions

Nicola Sotira, Director General,
GCSEC

 

 

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23 October 2019