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Webinar

Modern Threat Hunting and Response: How TTPs Are Changing the Game

 
 

Virtual Event
 - August 26, 2020 | 12:30 pm CEST

Featured Presenters: Willem Janssens, CVP Product Manager, Telenet Business and Andrew Skrei, VP worldwide sales engineering.

Lead your team’s search to uncover modern attacks by detecting and responding to common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by attackers. Join Exabeam and Telenet Business for our SOC Expert Series Virtual Event. Packed with actionable insights, you’ll walk away from our 60-minute session with a greater understanding of the MITRE ATT&CK framework and best practices for implementing it in your defense strategy Exabeam and Telenet Business will discuss:

  • Managed Detection & Response
  • The evolution of threat hunting from focusing on Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) to TTPs
  • Updates to the MITRE ATT&CK framework
  • How to implement MITRE techniques via a live threat hunting exercise and investigation and response demo

Register now and choose your lunch preference, a €25 Deliveroo gift card or a €25 donation to Digital4Youth.

 
 

Managed Detection & Response

Willem Janssens, CVP Product Manager

 

Incident detection & response are crucial services which you want to leave to the experts. That’s why Telenet offers this service jointly with NViso so you can rest assured we’ve got you covered.

 

Willem will explain our Managed Detection & Response service as an introduction to this webinar.

From IoC to TTP: How Attack Chains Have Evolved

Andrew Skrei – VP worldwide sales engineering

 

Joshua will discuss the evolution of threat hunting from focusing on IoCs to TTPs. While discovering IoCs is necessary, organizations need to focus more on TTPs to understand the entire breadth of an attack, rather than simply stringing together the artifacts and IoCs. The discussion will include strategies for detecting advanced attacks by looking at them more holistically.

MITRE ATT&CK, An update

Andrew Skrei – VP worldwide sales engineering

 

Joshua will introduce the MITRE ATT&CK framework, share recent updates and explain how it can be used by security teams. MITRE ATT&CK is a comprehensive knowledge base of adversary tactics used at each stage of an attack – from initial system access to data theft to command and control – and techniques that attackers use in each stage. There are a number of ways MITRE ATT&CK can be effectively integrated into a security team’s arsenal.

Hunting, Investigation & Response with Exabeam

Andrew Skrei – VP worldwide sales engineering

 

Greg will walk through a live behavioral threat hunting exercise and an investigation and response demo that outlines how Exabeam can help you defend against attacker TTPs. Specifically, we will show how machine-learning based anomaly detection can be used to detect TTPs, and how Exabeam is adopting MITRE ATT&CK to help security analysts further improve their threat detection, investigation and response.

 
 
 

Speakers

Willem Janssens

CVP Product Manager

 

I'm passionate about cybersecurity since day one. I help companies understand their cybersecurity challenges of today and provide them solutions which can protect them against the threats of tomorrow.

 
 

Andrew Skrei

VP worldwide sales engineering

 

Engineering at Exabeam, previously worked as a Lead Security Engineer at eBay developing and deploying technologies for their global SOC. Prior to eBay he was a manager at KPMG, helping some of the largest organizations in the world increase security maturity and reduce risk. Andy has a unique view on UBA starting as a customer, to now deploying it worldwide at organizations both large and small

 
 
 
 
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