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CyberCity Hands-on Kinetic Cyber Range Webcast

  • Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT (18:00:00 UTC)
  • Ed Skoudis, Tim Medin
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Overview

Based on the brand SANS new course, SEC562: CyberCity Hands-on Kinetic Cyber Range Exercise, this webcast will cover a few of the useful techniques learned and practiced in the course, such as:

  • Effective use of multiple shells and tunnels to get you deeper and further into your target
  • Duplicating a Meterpreter session for redundancy and team work, because sharing is indeed caring
  • Attacking the ICS/SCADA protocol Modbus to inject and forge traffic

The SANS SEC562 course, SANS' newest course debuting at SANS CDI in December, is a hands-on course that offers practical hands-on scenarios that replicate a wide range of real-world scenarios. The scenarios are built upon SANS CyberCity and use assets that you would find in a real city, including real ICS hardware and software. The exercises are performed in teams, just like they are in the real world, a fun way to foster teamwork and communication. This ground breaking course uses the SANS NetWars system to guide and direct the teams through the wide range of missions to create a fun and interactive course to build your knowledge and practical skills.

Learn more about the course at sans.org/sec562

Speaker Bios

Ed Skoudis

Ed Skoudis is the founder of Counter Hack, an innovative organization that designs, builds, and operates popular infosec challenges and simulations including CyberCity, NetWars, Cyber Quests, and Cyber Foundations. As director of the CyberCity project, Ed oversees the development of missions which help train cyber warriors in how to defend the kinetic assets of a physical, miniaturized city. Ed's expertise includes hacker attacks and defenses, incident response, and malware analysis, with over fifteen years of experience in information security. Ed authored and regularly teaches the SANS courses on network penetration testing (Security 560) and incident response (Security 504), helping over three thousand information security professionals each year improve their skills and abilities to defend their networks. He has performed numerous security assessments; conducted exhaustive anti-virus, anti-spyware, Virtual Machine, and IPS research; and responded to computer attacks for clients in government, military, financial, high technology, healthcare, and other industries. Previously, Ed served as a security consultant with InGuardians, International Network Services (INS), Global Integrity, Predictive Systems, SAIC, and Bell Communications Research (Bellcore). Ed also blogs about command line tips and penetration testing.


Tim Medin

Tim Medin is a senior technical analyst at Counter Hack, a company devoted to the development of information security challenges for education, evaluation, and competition. Through the course of his career, Tim has performed penetration tests on a wide range of organizations and technologies. Prior to Counter Hack, Tim was a Senior Security Consultant for FishNet Security where the majority of his focus was on penetration testing. He gained information security experience in a variety of industries including previous positions in control systems, higher education, financial services, and manufacturing. Tim regularly contributes to the SANS Penetration Testing Blog (pen-testing.sans.org/blog/) and the Command Line Kung Fu Blog (blog.commandlinekungfu.com). He is also project lead for the Laudanum Project, a collection of injectable scripts designed to be used in penetration testing. Currently Tim is a certified instructor for the SANS Institute.

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