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Threat Hunting in the Cloud: Time for a Power-Up?

  • Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Ben Johnson
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Overview

Threat hunting is an important weapon in the arsenal of proactive enterprise security. With the shift to the cloud, however, the threat landscape is rapidly evolving. Faced with automated attacks, multiple perimeters to defend, and a growing mobile workforce, threat hunters need to reassess the mission. What is the surface area they need to protect? When does threat hunting stop and incident response start? And whats the difference between threat hunting and detection? In this session, we will discuss these topics and provide guidance for becoming more effective at detection and response in SaaS and IaaS environments.

Speaker Bio

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson is CTO and co-founder of Obsidian Security. Prior to founding Obsidian, he co-founded Carbon Black and most recently served as the company's Chief Security Strategist. As the company's original CTO, he led efforts to create the powerful capabilities that helped define the next-generation endpoint security space. Prior to Carbon Black, Ben was an NSA computer scientist and later worked as a cyber engineer in an advanced intrusion operations division for the intelligence community. Ben is active in the cybersecurity community, where he is a technical advisor to the US FISA Court and sits on the boards of multiple security startups. Ben earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Chicago and a master's degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University. He lives in Newport Beach, CA with his wife and three sons.

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