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Red Team Madness - Or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Expect Pentester Mistakes - Jeremy Nielson Converge 2016 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Red Team Madness - Or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Expect Pentester Mistakes
Jeremy Nielson
@jeremynielson

Defensive blue team members are often seen as the "Walmart Greeters" of information security. Tiring of this view and the constant barrage of yet another red team “I totally pwned your network" presentation, @jeremynielson pulls together real-life stories about catching penetration testers on his network, some ideas on how to respond, and provides details on how your security operations center can do the same. Practical examples and humorous anecdotes will be presented. Happy hunting!

How many SOC analysts does it take to catch an APT? What's the sound of one hand clapping? Who knows! All we know is @jeremynielson is the Gordon Ramsay of security operations, and sometimes you have to break a few eggs to make a use case. In his presentation, Jeremy will share a few anecdotes from the front lines of the SOC.



Defensive blue team members are often seen as the "Walmart Greeters" of information security. Tiring of this view and the constant barrage of yet another red team “I totally pwned your network" presentation, @jeremynielson pulls together real-life stories about catching penetration testers on his network, some ideas on how to respond, and provides details on how your security operations center can do the same. Practical examples and humorous anecdotes will be presented. Happy hunting!

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