Detecting Threats via Network Anomalies
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
11:00 HRS PT/14:00 HRS ET
60 minutes, including Q&A
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Detecting Threats via Network Anomalies - by Gregory Pickett
Detecting Threats via Network Anomalies - by Paul Martini (iboss)
New and emerging threats are found in anomalies. Therefore, it is critical that you understand your network, your system, your users, and your processes so that you can spot something that doesn't belong, something that might be a threat.
In this webcast, we will go over why anomalies are so important to threat detection, how to better understand your network, and what abnormalities to look for in your environment. We will also cover ways to improve your base lining, and what activities on your network should interest you most. So that in the end, no matter what platform you use in your detection efforts whether it be Network Behavioral Analysis or next generation Machine Learning, you will have a better idea of how to use it and how to use it more effectively.
Gregory Pickett CISSP, GCIA, GPEN has a background in intrusion analysis for Fortune 100 companies but now heads up Hellfire Security's Managed Security Services efforts and participates in their assessment practice as a network security subject matter expert. As a security professional, his primary area of focus and occasional research is networks with an interest in using network traffic to better understand, to better defend, and sometimes to better exploit the hosts that live on them.
As iboss co-founder, Martini spearheaded over 65 patents and pioneered iboss’ award-winning cybersecurity solutions. Prior to iboss, Martini developed proprietary security solutions for clients such as, Phogenix, the U.S. Navy and Hewlett Packard. He has been recognized as an E&Y Entrepreneur of the year and Goldman Sachs 100 most intriguing entrepreneurs.