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ATT&CK Like an Adversary for Defense Hardening - Steve Motts & Christian Kopacsi Converge 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

ATT&CK Like an Adversary for Defense Hardening
Steve Motts & Christian Kopacsi
@fugawi72 @1nf0s3cp1mp

Introduction to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, and integration of open-source tools to increase cyber defenses and ensure your Blue Team can detect post-compromise techniques.

Steve Motts has 20+ years of IT experience, with the last 15+ dedicated to cyber-security. Coder (somewhat), red/blue-teamer, learner, and a passion for everything cyber-security, by no means an expert but will give my 2 cents on anything cyber (right or wrong). Mr. Kopacsi, Cyber Security Incident Response Team Manager at Consumers Energy has over 20 years, experience in Information Security. He received his bachelor,s degree from Davenport University in Information Assurance and his master,s degree from Fort Hays State University in Information Security Management. As part of an Executive on Loan program Christian served as the Chief Security Officer, Deputy Director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection for the State of Michigan. Prior to joining Consumer,s Energy, Christian was the AVP, IT Security and Architecture at Chemical Bank. Previous to this Christian held various leadership positions in Information security in the Healthcare and financial industries. In addition Christian has been an adjunct professor at Walsh College and Davenport University teaching in the areas of Information Security and Digital Forensics. In his spare time Christian enjoys reading, watching movies and home improvement projects. He currently resides in Lansing, MI with his wife and two dogs.

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