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Hunting for Threats in Industrial Environments and Other Scary Places - Nick Tsamis (BSidesCharm 2019) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Hunting for Threats in Industrial Environments and Other Scary Places

Nick Tsamis

BSidesCharm 2019
http://www.bsidescharm.com

Threat hunting in Industrial Control Systems is a proactive tactic that can be employed by network defenders to gain familiarity with network terrain and to seek out malicious behavior, presence of vulnerabilities, or otherwise unknown activity. Unique constraints in operational technology environments present significantly different challenges than more standard computing environments. This presentation provides the audience with an inside look into challenges that ICS threat hunters face.

Nick Tsamis works as a Principal Threat Analyst within Dragos' Threat Operations Center where he focuses on hunting malicious activities on the world's critical infrastructure. He brings real world experience hunting on production systems to continuously improve threat hunt execution. Nick is passionate about automating complex workflows to increase analytic efficiency and relevance.

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