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One Detect to Win: Tactical Network Detection

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 3:30 PM EST (2018-02-21 20:30:00 UTC)
  • Mick Douglas, Josh Johnson

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Overview

It is often said that defense is a losing game. Bad guys simply must find one vulnerability or end user to open the front door and it is game over.

This webcast is to show that this mindset is false.

You only need one good detect to turn the tables and defeat the bad guys. If youre looking for modern detection techniques that to help you win the fight, join us for the One Detect to Win series.

One Detect to Win, a webcast series

Speaker Bios

Mick Douglas

Mick is an instructor for SEC 504 and SEC 555. He is the managing partner of InfoSec Innovations and is a member of the IANS Faculty. He loves logging. In his spare time he goes hiking and enjoys photography.  


Josh Johnson

Josh Johnson has been working in the Information Security industry for nearly 10 years in varying roles and with responsibilities ranging from penetration testing to incident response. He is passionate about using his knowledge of offensive security concepts and techniques to help organizations improve their defensive capabilities. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Information Security Engineering from the SANS Technology Institute, is a CISSP, and holds 8 GIAC certifications including the GSE. Josh's own experience with SANS training as a student drives him to share his passion and knowledge of information security with others.

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