The better your understanding of how an attacker thinks and operates, the more effective you will be at defending against them.

This special two part Tech Talk webinar will demonstrate and examine a practical cyber-attack observed from two perspectives: “The attacker” working to gain access to an organisations systems, and “The responder” working to investigate and remediate the attack.

 


A Cyber Breach: Perspectives from an attacker and responder
Two Part Tech Talk Webinar

Part 1: A Hacker’s Viewpoint

September 18, 2018 | 11:00 EST/16:00 BST  Duration: 45 minutes

In Part 1 of this Tech Talk, attendees will be guided through a practical hack from the perspective of a malicious attacker. We will demonstrate common tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used by attackers to infiltrate systems and networks, so you can be better prepared to defend against them.

In this session you will learn:

  • An understanding of the cyber kill chain from the perspective of a malicious attacker
  • View a practical demonstration of TTPs we are seeing attackers use to gain access into corporate environments 
  • High level overview of key indicators of compromise or “breadcrumbs” that malicious activities leave behind

Part 2: A Responder's Viewpoint

November 20, 2018 | 11:00 EST/16:00 GMT  Duration: 30 minutes

In Part 2 of this Tech Talk, we will focus on the attack from the responder’s perspective. We will discuss the incident handling process following the attack and how to leverage key forensic evidence left behind by the attacker to perform an investigation and prepare for remediation.

In this session you will learn:

  • An understanding of the incident handling process, following a cyber-attack
  • Some of the key evidence that may be left behind by an attacker and the importance of forensic preservation.
  • How forensic evidence can be used to scope and investigate an incident in preparation for remediation.

Speakers:

Theo Papadopoulos
‎Senior Security Consultant, Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company

Alex Campbell
Manager, Digital Forensics and Incident Response, Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company