Sporting events are no longer the most preferred target for terrorists, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Outdoor events, conferences, festivals, and other events featuring public figures are all vulnerable. And with over a thousand different-level attacks since 2015, it’s no surprise that safety and security are among the top concerns for event professionals.
SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit & Training 2016
2016-02-03 - 2016-02-10
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(301) 654-SANS (7267)
Join SANS for this innovative 2-day event as we focus on enabling organizations to build effective cyber threat intelligence analysis capabilities. Most organizations are familiar with threat intelligence, but have no real concept of how to create and produce proper intelligence. The 2016 Summit will focus on specific analysis techniques and capabilities that can be used to properly create and maintain Cyber Threat Intelligence in your organization. Attend this summit to learn and discuss directly with the experts who are doing the CTI analysis in their organizations. What you learn will help you detect and respond to some of the most sophisticated threats targeting your networks. Conventional network defense tools such as intrusion detection systems and anti-virus focus on the vulnerability component of risk, and traditional incident response methodology presupposes a successful intrusion. An evolution in the goals and sophistication of computer network intrusions has rendered these approaches insufficient for the threats facing many modern networked organizations. Advanced adversaries accomplish their goals using advanced tools and techniques designed to circumvent most conventional computer network defense mechanisms and remain undetected in their intrusion efforts or presence on networks over long periods of time. Network defense techniques which leverage knowledge about these adversaries - known as Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) - can enable defenders to establish a state of information superiority which decreases the adversary's likelihood of success with each subsequent intrusion attempt. Threat intelligence can be a force multiplier as organizations look to update their security programs and defenses to deal with increasingly sophisticated advanced persistent threats. Security managers need accurate, timely and detailed information to continuously monitor new and evolving attacks, and methods to exploit this information in furtherance of an improved defensive posture. Make no mistake about it: contemporaneous computer network defense contains a strong element of intelligence and counterintelligence that analysts and managers alike must understand and leverage. The goal of this summit is to equip attendees with knowledge on the tools, methodologies and processes they need to move forward with cyber threat intelligence. The SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit will bring attendees who are eager to hear this information and learn about tools, techniques, and solutions that can help address these needs. Looking forward to seeing you in Alexandria, VA. http://www.sans.org/u/9sk - Receive a discount of up to 400 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, December 9, 2015. - Receive a discount of up to 200 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, December 30, 2015. - No refunds available after Wednesday, January 13, 2016.
- Receive a discount of up to 400 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, December 9, 2015. - Receive a discount of up to 200 USD for any 4-6 day course paid for by Wednesday, December 30, 2015. - No refunds available after Wednesday, January 13, 2016.