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Lend me your IR's! - Matt Scheurer OISF 2021 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Lend me your IR's!
Matt Scheurer

Have you ever felt compelled to tip your cap to a malicious threat actor? Protecting systems and networks as a tech defender means withstanding a constant barrage of unsophisticated attacks from automated tools, botnets, crawlers, exploit kits, phish kits, and script kiddies; oh my! Once in a while, we encounter attacks worthy of style points for creativity or new twists on old attack techniques. This talk features live demo reenactments from some advanced attacks investigated by the presenter. The live demos showcase technical deep dives of the underpinnings from both the attacker and investigator sides of these attacks. Attendee key takeaways are strategies, freely available tools, and techniques helpful during incident response investigations.

Matt Scheurer works on a Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) performing Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), and is a show host for the ThreatReel Podcast. Matt has more than twenty years of combined professional experience in Information Technology and Information Security. He is the Security Director for the Cincinnati Networking Professionals Association (CiNPA). He is a "Hacking is NOT a Crime" Advocate, volunteers as a technical mentor for the Women's Security Alliance (WomSA), and is a 2019 comSpark ?Rising Tech Stars Award? winner. Matt has presented on numerous Information Security topics at many technology meetup groups and prominent Information Security conferences across the country.


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