Why Do Organizations Get Compromised?
- Dr. Eric Cole
- Monday, July 30th, 7:15pm - 9:15pm
The number one question people ask with regards to security is..."Why?".
Why do some organizations get compromised and others do not? Fifteen years ago, when an organization was compromised, it was pretty easy to understand why. The organization spent minimal energy and effort on security, did not protect their systems and it was pretty obvious why they were compromised. Today, organizations are spending significant resources on cyber security and still being compromised. Many executives and technical staff are getting very frustrated because on the surface it looks like they are doing the right things, but they are still compromised. This talk will focus on why organizations are compromised and what checks you can perform to determine your likelihood of being compromised. Trends and solutions will also be examined to understand what needs to be done to build an effective program.
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|GIAC Program Overview||Dr. Eric Cole||Special Events|
|SANS Technology Institute Brief||Dr. Eric Cole||Special Events|
|All Your Hash are Belong to Us: Targeting Windows Password Hashes for Penetration||Seth Misenar||SANS@Night|
|Spear Phishing and Targeted Attacks||Stephen Sims||SANS@Night|
|Assessing Deception||Mike Murr||SANS@Night|
Monday, July 30
Tuesday, July 31
|Getting to the Root of Highly Targeted Rootkits||Jeremy Flessing, HBGary, Inc.||Tuesday, July 31st, 7:15pm - 8:15pm||SANS@Night|
Thursday, August 2
|The Advanced Persistent Threat You Have: Google Chrome||Todd Heberlein||Thursday, August 2nd, 7:15pm - 8:15pm||SANS@Night|