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Moving Target Defense: Evasive Maneuvers in Cyberspace - Adam Duby (BSides Augusta 2016) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Moving Target Defense: Evasive Maneuvers in Cyberspace
Adam Duby

This talk will explore various tactics that enhance a cyber system's defensive posture by creating asymmetric uncertainty and unpredictability for the adversary. The vision of a Moving Target Defense (MTD) is to increase the cost and complexity of an attack by diversifying the attack surface over time. Instead of trying to build systems that are completely free of vulnerabilities, MTD limits the exposure of vulnerabilities through evasion. This talk will cover recent research and trends in MTD tactics, but will focus on implementing MTD into your defensive programming toolkit to defeat code injection and API hooking.

Adam is an active duty Army Cyber Warfare Officer, currently working an assignment as a malware reverse engineer. His previous assignments include a tour as a Computer Network Defense Manager on an Army Cyber Protection Team. Adam also serves as an adjunct instructor and course developer for Norwich University. He is the lead developer and instructor for courses in Defensive Information Warfare, Malware Forensics, C++, and Assembly Programming. Adam holds a Master of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering.


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