As defenders, it is easy to get lost in the myriad of adversary techniques and malware families that surface in the never-ending stream of intrusions. Many get wrapped around analyzing artifacts within their own environment, forgetting the wealth of intelligence available on external sources. In this webcast, we’re going to focus on adversary infrastructure – a necessary component for command-and-control (C2) communications, delivery of malware, and maintaining a foothold in a victim organization.
Join us as we walk through some of the most “popular” malware families and exploit kits and analyze notable traits of the infrastructure necessary to make these attacks successful. Together with DomainTools’ unique vantage point and intelligence, we will also examine key traits and details that can help us detect adversary infrastructure before they have a chance to use it against us.