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Register for Threat Hunting Workshop: Hunting for Adversary Activity, Finding Evil, Eliminating the Threat


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Tuesday, December 4th | 9:00AM - 3:00PM PST
Venue: Manchester Grand Hyatt, 1 Market Pl. | San Diego, CA 92101

Full Day Workshop. Cyber Security – Advanced Threat Hunting

Register now for an intense adversary threat hunting program; learn the latest advanced adversary techniques and latest tradecraft. You will advance your threat hunting skills and methods and take your organization's ability to detect and hunt to the next level.

Whether you are a SOC manager or a seasoned threat analyst, you will leave with an understanding of how top organizations are using threat hunting to proactively identify more threats, sooner, and you will return to your office armed with ideas for building and maturing your own threat hunting program.


If you manage a security operations center; are a security analyst or incident responder; or threat hunter this immersive and interactive seminar will help you build a more mature proactive hunting program, and identify unknown, undetected threats before they become a mega-breach.

*We offer 5 hours of CPE Credits for the Threat Hunting Workshop. You will receive your certificate during the session

Registration is from 8:30 AM – 9.00 AM. The workshop will start at 9:00 AM.

Workshop Schedule

9:00AM - 10:15AM

Welcome and Introductions // Understanding Threat Hunting

10:15AM - 10:30AM

Morning Break

10:30AM - 11:45AM

Putting Threat Hunting into Action

12:00PM - 12:45PM


12:45PM - 1:45PM

Putting Threat Hunting into Action Continued

1:45PM - 2:00PM

Afternoon Break

2:00PM - 3:00PM

Threat Hunting From the Trenches // Wrap up

CrowdStrike Experts

Jen Ayers, Vice President, OverWatch & Security Response, CrowdStrike

Jennifer Ayers, vice president of OverWatch and security response at CrowdStrike, has over 20 years of cybersecurity experience. She is responsible for a team of elite threat hunters who proactively hunt for malicious activity in globally diverse environments and uniquely pinpoint the most urgent threats for quick remediation with the integration of next-generation technology and machine learning. Prior to her role with CrowdStrike, Jennifer was the director of product management at CrowdStrike and spent three years at FireEye on the security operations side. Jennifer also held multiple roles for GE as a cyber leader in incident response, computer forensics and supplier security.

Tim Parisi, Manager of Professional Services, CrowdStrike

Tim has 10+ years of Computer and Network Security experience in both private sector professional services as well as the U.S. Federal Government. As a Manager of Professional Services at CrowdStrike, Tim leads teams responsible for delivering incident response investigations, compromise assessments and remediation recommendations to companies across the globe.

Prior to joining CrowdStrike, Tim was a senior consultant at Mandiant where he led incident response investigations, red/blue team exercises and compromise assessments for small and large enterprises around the world.

Before entering the private sector, Tim performed computer forensics and insider threat investigations for Federal Government contractors.

Tim obtained a BS in Economic Crime investigation from Hilbert College (NY) and holds an MFS with a concentration in High Technology Crime Investigation from The George Washington University (DC). Tim has been a speaker on topics of cyber security and investigations and an instructor teaching Windows forensic analysis to private companies and law enforcement agencies. Tim has published two (2) Threat Research articles at Mandiant pertaining to cyber investigations and forensic analysis. Tim holds GCFA, GMOB and QSA certifications.