In the Boston area? Join us at the Live Event. Register here: 'https://www.sans.org/vendor/event/50980- -
Join the SANS Institute for the SOC Briefing for the Cybersecurity Community in the Boston, MA area.
SOCs are intended to efficiently protect the information assets of the organization. Understanding likely methods of attack and weaknesses in deployed systems are necessary to accomplish efficiency of resource use and minimize damage when negative events occur. The combination of a scenario of attack coupled with data which might be present in the systems indicating this attack is commonly referred to as a "use case" when discussing detective data correlation tools.
'At the SANS SOC Brief, vendors will present sessions demonstrating their tools ' capabilities to support threat hunting, or incorporate the results of threat hunting. Vendors are encouraged to illustrate case studies of customers where use cases tailored to that specific organizations, either through threat intelligence, pen testing or red teaming. The SANS audience prefers presentations from customers who are currently using the product, rather than from sales engineers of the company.
8:00am - 8:30am - Registration & Coffee Networking
8:30am - 9:15am - Welcome & Keynote: SOC Use Case Development: Chris Crowley, SOC Briefing Chair & SANS Principal Instructor
9:15am ' 10:00am - Keeping Up with Ransomware Variants and Campaign Trends: Diana Granger, Technical Threat Analyst, Recorded Future
10:00am ' 10:30am - Networking Break
10:30am - 11:00am - Mapping Adversary Infrastructure With This One Weird Trick: Tim Helming, Director, Product Management DomainTools
11:15am - 12:00pm - From Threat Assessments to Intelligence Collection: New Web Tools and Techniques to Counter Your Adversaries: Nick Espinoza, Sr Federal Engineer, Authentic8
12:00pm '- 12:15pm - Closing Remarks