Offensive Digital Forensics
- Alissa Torres
- Tuesday, July 30th, 8:15pm - 9:15pm
Network intruders are utilizing sophisticated offensive forensic techniques to parse remote systems, obtain credentials, and locate and steal "target data". Incident responders and forensic examiners must be able to unravel the actions and intent of the adversary on their own networks in order to halt their progress, and anticipate future campaigns. From this session, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of today's offensive forensic strategies, how adversaries determine where key sensitive data and individuals reside and, most importantly, how to detect these techniques utilizing Windows and file system artifacts.
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