CyberSecurity SIG Meeting – April 27, 2016

6:00 PM Exec Com Meeting
6:30 – 7:00 PM Networking
7:00 – 8:00 PM Meeting
8:00 – 9:00 PM Meet & Mingle
Dinner: $10
ATEP
Room #D106
15445 Lansdowne Road
Tustin, CA

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Presenter: Corey White
Cylance

Corey White is the Vice President of Professional Services at Cylance, Inc. Prior to joining Cylance, Corey served as Director of Consulting for Foundstone and McAfee/Intel Professional Services where he was responsible for all aspects of the business for the Southwest Region.

Corey is a proven security industry veteran backed by more than twenty years of success managing security practices, consulting teams, delivering on strategic projects as well as tactical assessments, penetration tests and incident response engagements. His work encompasses virtually every industry sector, including defense, technology, government, critical infrastructure, automotive, finance, healthcare and manufacturing. Corey has a deep technical background, which has allowed him to deliver and oversee technical assessments, incident response engagements, strategic planning and risk assessments.

Corey has a degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP).

Topic:

“How To Do Your Own Compromise Assessment”

Abstract:

The primary objective of a compromise assessment is to identify ongoing compromises, uncover the extent of malicious access and usage of the environment.  Learn how to hunt for hosts that exhibit anomalous or suspicious behaviors and investigate related threat actor activities on hosts.

Understand what to look for in the following specific areas:

  • Identify ways to determine data exfiltration and sabotage
  • Identify command and control activities Identify compromised accounts
  • Identify malware and persistence mechanisms
  • Identify the latest techniques to compromise credentials
  • Review hacking techniques used by hackers

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One Response to CyberSecurity SIG Meeting – April 27, 2016

  1. Moon says:

    I’m out of league here. Too much brain power on diyplas!

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