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Using OSINT to defend against critical infrastructure attacks

  • Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 3:30 PM EDT (2020-09-22 19:30:00 UTC)
  • Selena Larson, Casey Brooks


  • Dragos, Inc.

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Open source intelligence (OSINT) is a valuable resource for both attackers and defenders. In this webinar, Selena Larson and Casey Brooks will introduce an OSINT collection risk framework to help defenders better identify and restrict information most valuable to attackers aiming to disrupt critical infrastructure.

Youll learn:

  • What kind of information is sought by attackers targeting ICS
  • How to prevent adversaries from using OSINT against a victim
  • How adversaries using OSINT to understand how a target will respond to attacks

Speaker Bios

Selena Larson

Dragos Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst; Selena helps produce Dragos' threat intelligence reporting, ICS security and threat intelligence research and whitepapers, and manages WorldView, the only threat intelligence product exclusively focused on ICS. She also writes about infrastructure security on the Dragos blog and is a coauthor of Dragos’ Year in Review reports. She works to combat fear, uncertainty, and doubt surrounding malicious activity targeting ICS environments and helps people better understand complex concepts and behaviors.

Casey Brooks

Dragos Senior Adversary Hunter: Casey is an experienced cybersecurity professional with a background and training supporting enterprise-scale cybersecurity operations utilizing cyber threat intelligence and technical operations. Prior to joining Dragos in May 2019, Casey was a senior cyber threat intelligence analyst at Capgemini and Chevron Corporation. Casey also previously held a position as a cryptologic network warfare specialist and cyber operations specialist at the U.S. Army’s Cyber Command division.

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