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Montréal Under ATT&CK: Putting Today's Cyber Threats in Focus with MITRE Framework

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Montréal Under ATT&CK: Putting Today's Cyber Threats in Focus with MITRE Framework

Wednesday, December 4th | 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Venue: W Hotel 901 Square-Victoria| Studio 4 Meeting Room | Montréal, Québec

EDR and threat hunting provide an unprecedented level of visibility into your enterprise, which is critical to understanding malicious actors' ever-changing behaviors and TTPs. CrowdStrike is positioned on the front lines of cloud-native EDR, supported by Falcon OverWatch, home of the industry's leading managed threat hunters. This combination of data + expertise unlocks the deepest levels of visibility into the behaviors of today's threat actors, and drives important insights for building effective defenses.

Join CrowdStrike's Jason Rivera for new perspectives on the most important and unique tactics and techniques in use by today's adversaries. You will see how old techniques have evolved new twists, as well as new developments that highlight the dynamic nature of the cybersecurity threats. Seen through the lens of MITRE ATT&CK, you'll walk away with a clear and concise understanding of today's latest threats, and what actions you can take to protect your organization.

HALF DAY WORKSHOP AGENDA TIME
Registration and Light Breakfast 8:00 - 9:00AM
Welcome & Introductions
Understanding MITRE ATT&CK
Current behavior trends with real-world case studies
9:00 - 10:45AM
Morning Break 10:45 - 11:00AM
Current behavior trends with real-world case studies (continued)
Demonstration - Achieving full-spectrum visibility (a.k.a. “The MITRE Demo”)
Wrap Up
11:00 - 12:00PM
Lunch will be served 12:00PM


OUTCOMES FROM ATTENDING THIS EVENT:

  • Understand current attack behaviors in use by today’s intruders, from experts who observe their activities every day
  • Leverage MITRE ATT&CK to put threats in focus, with clear language that is easy to explain across your organization
  • Come away with quick, actionable plans you can use to stop today’s adversaries and prevent breaches
  • Learn the best practices you need to stay ahead of the adversary: detect threats in 1 minute, investigate in 10 minutes, and remediate in 60 minutes.

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 this workshop. You will receive your certificate during the session.

Registration and light breakfast from 8:00AM – 9:00AM. The workshop will start at 9:00AM. Lunch will be served immediately after the workshop.



CrowdStrike Experts

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Jason Rivera, Director, Threat Intel
Jason Rivera is an internationally experienced intelligence, cybersecurity, and national defense professional who possesses 13+ years of experience innovating at the intersection of security operations and technology. He currently serves as a Director at CrowdStrike where he provides Threat Intelligence thought leadership to commercial and government organizations throughout the globe. While in the private sector, Jason has advised and led the development of cyber intelligence programs for large Fortune 500 companies and US Government agencies, to include a Fortune 100 bank, a Fortune 100 Oil & Gas company, and one of the top 3 largest Federal law enforcement agencies in the world. Prior to his entry into the private sector, Jason served as an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Army where he attained the rank of Captain and participated in a variety of roles, including assignments at the National Security Agency (NSA), U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), as well as having served in combat tours overseas.