Since the traditional network perimeter has disappeared, network defense increasingly relies upon authenticated access to resources as a primary security control. Unfortunately, attackers have become extremely proficient at stealing and reusing credentials of all types, resulting in stealthy attacks that blend in with normal network activity. This talk will explain how these attacks are possible on premise, in the cloud, and across the Internet with a goal of understanding how to prevent and detect them in your environment.
Steve Anson is a Director with Forward Defense, where he provides strategic and tactical advice to a diverse range of global clientele in the areas of incident response, digital forensics, and network security. Steve is the author of Applied Incident Response and the co-author of Mastering Windows Network Forensics and Investigations, both released by Wiley Publishing. Steve has provided cyber security and digital investigation services for over 20 years in more than 60 countries.
As a task force agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a special agent with the Defense Criminal Investigative Service, Steve conducted digital forensic examinations and led complex computer crime investigations into network intrusions, international espionage, domestic and international terrorism, fraud, crimes against children and other cases involving national security and imminent danger to life.
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