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Incident Response: Give Me Data or Give Me Death!

  • Friday, April 27th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Nick Schroeder and Gary Harrison
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Overview

Incident response is nothing new. Were all familiar with it and were exposed to it more and more everyday as attacks get bigger and more sophisticated. Having the right data to walk the attack backwards and be able to identify and document what happened is critical. In this session, an overview of incident detection fundamentals, the incident response process, and common questions that need to be answered during an incident, such as where we can find critical and incident-relevant data, will be addressed.

Speaker Bios

Nick Schroeder

Nick has been working in security and technology for a little over 10 years. First starting as a systems administrator, he was responsible for managing client networks and large scale server farms. Nick came to Rapid7 from Mandiant where he†worked and responded to some of the largest breaches in the world and provided expertise to a wide variety of audiences in multiple industry verticles. Prior to specializing in incident response and forensics, Nick worked as a pentester in the federal space. Most recently, Nick has shifted to a more hunt based and strategic security role.


Gary Harrison

Gary Harrison is an information security consultant and enthusiast with eight years of experience working as an information security engineer, analyst, and leader. Gary has supported cybersecurity efforts in both the private and public sector as a consultant and employee. He has been responsible for a variety of initiatives ranging from supporting a Fortune 100 clientís efforts to build a cyber threat intelligence team to leading the technical design, implementation, and operation of a global companyís information security program. Gary holds a GIAC Continuous Monitoring (GMON) Certification and a Bachelorís degree in Computer Networks and Security from University of Maryland University College.

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