Bethesda, Md. – In light of the DHS's National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center's (NCCIC) release of an updated GRIZZLY STEPPE report, Robert M. Lee, will host a SANS webcast to go over the changes. Lee will also present a case study-like review with lessons learned and offer insight into how to write comprehensive intelligence in reports.
- Who: Robert M. Lee, Founder and CEO of Dragos Security, SANS Certified Instructor, and FOR578 Cyber Threat Intelligence course author.
- What: Analyzing the Enhanced Analysis of the GRIZZLY STEPPE Report
- When: Friday, February 17 at 1:00pm EST
- Where: To register for this webcast, please visit: www.sans.org/webcasts/104402?msc=PR
- Why: Following the initial GRIZZLY STEPPE report, DHS's NCCIC released an updated version of their report which incorporates feedback from the community. The enhanced version showcases a number of best practices for report writing. This webcast will use the latest report as a positive case study on how to write better reports and give additional insight into finalizing intelligence in reports.
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