Threat Hunting is widely known as the art of applying new information to existing data in order to find previously unknown threats. If you work in or around Security Operations, Incident Response, or Forensics, chances are good that you have heard about threat hunting--perhaps from a vendor, coworker, blog post, webinar, or presentation like this one. Threat hunting, like \Threat Intelligence," is a popular catch-phrase with many different ideas on the "who, what, when, where, why, and how" of properly accomplishing it. Some vendors even offer a form of "threat hunting" as part of their services, which certainly makes it sound expensive and complicated--something beyond "mere mortals" (like you!) who work for a living.
The fact is that although activities related to threat hunting can be expensive and complicated, they don't have to be. This talk will outline the fundamental concepts of threat hunting, and present actionable ideas about how you can begin to hunt for threats in your own organization. Contrary to what you may have heard, an effective threat hunting program doesn't need to involve buying new and expensive platforms, hiring more personnel, or paying for comprehensive services. At its core, implementing these programs just takes some dedicated effort; a little "elbow grease" as the saying goes.
Although this is a broad topic, you'll get solid answers to core questions about threat hunting. More than that, you should have some actionable information to take with you and help you start taking ground against the bad guys--wherever your hunting grounds may be.
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