Threat Intelligence: Neighborhood Watch for your Networks
- Matthew J. Harmon
- Wednesday, July 22nd, 8:15pm - 9:15pm
Matthew will dive into Threat Intelligence and show participants how to use high-confidence indicators of compromise to detect and prevent threats from taking adverse action on their network. This will help peers prevent the same attacks through information sharing.
Speaker bio: Matthew J. Harmon has over 20 years of experience in incident analysis and response, secure architecture development, security auditing, penetration testing, tactical risk assessments, and international standards development.
Mr. Harmon presents frequently for groups such as the Cyber Security Summit, Saint Paul College ACM Cyber Security Workshop, Metropolitan State University's Masters in Computer Forensics Capstone, and (ISC)2 Twin Cities MN on topics such as Cyber War, DDoS Survival, Java Exploits Offense and Defense, Incident Handling and Hacking Techniques, and Evidence Based Risk Assessments. He has also served on various security organization and conference advisory boards, organized the Security B-Sides MSP 2014 Conference and the Security B- Sides MSP Crypto Party and Hacker Showcase at the 2014 Cyber Security Summit.
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