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Updated FOR578 - Training for Security Personnel and Why Intelligence Matters to You

  • Friday, November 03, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT (2017-11-03 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Robert M. Lee

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Overview

FOR578 - Cyber Threat Intelligence has now been running as a course at SANS for a little over two years. In that time a lot has evolved including the field itself being extended through the SANS FOR578 authors and students. A major update has now taken place in the course to codify next skill sets and advancements, understanding in adversary behavioral tradecraft, and new exciting labs to push security to a new level. Come learn about the updates, why FOR578 should be a class you should take, and in general why Intelligence matters to you regardless of your security role.

Speaker Bio

Robert M. Lee

Rob is a recognized pioneer in the industrial security incident response and threat intelligence community. He started in security as a U.S. Air Force Cyber Warfare Operations Officer tasked to the National Security Agency where he built a first-of-its-kind mission identifying and analyzing national threats to industrial infrastructure. He went on to build the industrial community’s first dedicated monitoring and incident response class at the SANS Institute (ICS515) and the industry recognized cyber threat intelligence course (FOR578).

Forbes named Robert to its 30 under 30 (2016) list as one of the “brightest entrepreneurs, breakout talents, and change agents” in Enterprise Technology. He is a business leader but also technical practitioner. Robert helped lead the investigation into the 2015 cyber attack on Ukraine’s power grid, he and his team at Dragos helped identify and analyze the CRASHOVERRIDE malware that attacked Ukraine’s grid in 2016 and the TRISIS malware deployed against an industrial safety system in the Middle East in 2017.

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