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Why your red team shouldn't be snowflakes - Isaiah Sarju (ShowMeCon 2019) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Why your red team shouldn't be snowflakes
Isaiah Sarju

ShowMeCon 2019
http://www.showmecon.com

Red teaming requires the use of specialized tools. However, this should not exclude operators from using the same technology, adhering to the same procedures, and following the same policies as their colleagues throughout the organization. Some argue that this will prevent operators from executing on their duties. The contrary is true. With a few exceptions in place and thoughtful architecture considerations, treating red teamers as regular employees will improve their testing and reduce the risk that red teamers bring to organizations.

Bio: Isaiah Sarju is a red teamer. He has contributed to the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, conducted numerous penetration/red team engagements, and taught students how to become top tier defenders. He plays tabletop games, swims, and trains Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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