Wednesday, July 31st | 9:00AM - 3:00PM HST
Venue: University of Hawaii Information Technology Center | Room 105 | 2520 Correa Rd, Honolulu, HI 96822
Half Day Workshop – 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.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
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 3 hours of CPE Credits for the Threat Hunting Workshop. You will receive your certificate during the session.
Parking information can be found online here. Validation will be provided or reimbursed.
Registration is from 9:30AM – 10:00AM. The workshop will start at 10:00AM. Lunch will be served.
|Welcome and Introductions // Understanding Threat Hunting||10:00AM-11:00AM|
|Operationalizing Threat Hunting||11:00AM-12:00PM|
|Break and Working Lunch||12:00PM-12:45PM|
|Putting Threat Hunting into Action // Wrap Up||12:45PM-3:00PM|
Wes Bateman, Senior Security Engineer, CrowdStrike
Wes came to CrowdStrike in 2015 from Cisco Systems where he was a Consulting Security Engineer. Wes, came to Cisco as part of the Sourcefire acquisition and served as one of two global leads for the Cisco Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) Technical Advisory Group and was a presenter at multiple Cisco Tech Days and Cisco Live. He resides in Mesa, Arizona. Prior to joining Sourcefire, Wes was an information security practitioner with extensive practical experience in the financial, utility, government, education, manufacturing, technology, and non-profit verticals. This included roles at Arizona Public Service and the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Wes has been primarily focused on network security monitoring, incident response, digital forensics, endpoint detection and response (EDR), and penetration testing.
Experienced as both an attacker and a defender of digital assets, he is regularly engaged to uncover and exploit flaws, document the exploitation process, and create remediation plans for the networks and applications of his clients. He has served as a trusted advisor to government agencies and nuclear power generation plants to investigate security incidents and perform digital forensics. Wes has a track record of successfully communicating extremely technical information to audiences of varying backgrounds and has provided expert witness testimony in both civil and criminal proceedings related to digital forensics, including testimony for the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission.