Intelligent Network Security
- Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
- Jake Williams and Tom Byrnes
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Threat intelligence is all the buzz, but how do you actually utilize it to stop threats and prevent attacks from occurring in your enterprise? Attend this webcast and learn how to use operationalized threat intelligence for threat detection and prevention without needing all new tools, processes or skills.
In this webcast attendees will learn the following:
- How to leverage the existing DNS, firewall and router infrastructure to consume operationalized threat intelligence and automatically block inbound attacks and outbound communications with threat actors before they succeed
- What type of intelligence is useful for these devices
- How to leverage automation to easily disseminate intelligence to your network infrastructure devices
- How to integrate intelligence into a full feedback loop for future prevention and reuse
- How to use reports on blocked threats to speed remediation of affected machines
Attend this webcast and be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper developed by SANS instructor Jake Williams.
View the associated whitepaper here.
Jake Williams is a SANS analyst, certified SANS instructor, course author and designer of several NetWars challenges for use in SANS' popular, "gamified" information security training suite. Jake spent more than a decade in information security roles at several government agencies, developing specialties in offensive forensics, malware development and digital counterespionage. Jake is the founder of Rendition InfoSec, which provides penetration testing, digital forensics and incident response, expertise in cloud data exfiltration, and the tools and guidance to secure client data against sophisticated, persistent attack on-premises and in the cloud.
Tom Byrnes is the founder and chief executive officer of ThreatSTOP, a cloud-based network security company. He served in the United States Army for 13 years, ultimately joining the tactical networking group, which was responsible for securing classified military networks deployed in highly insecure environments. His private sector work focuses on designing and building large-scale global networks. Byrnes has been an advisor to several successful startups. He holds two patents in network security using DNS and is an active member of the IEEE, ISSA and Infragard as well as a regular speaker on security issues at various industry conferences.