Charleston: Security - Recognize a Targeted Attack from the Defender's Point of View

When:  Jan 23, 2019 from 12:00 to 13:30 (ET)


We've seen recreations and online exploits presented from the attacker's point of view, but what do these attacks look like on the defender's side? In this informative session, a top security operations center (SOC) expert will show, step-by-step, how an attack appeared in an organization and the steps to correlate information about the attack and develop an effective mitigation strategy.

Get a look into the detection process from the defender's perspective, including behind-the-scenes of a SOC, real-time correlation against indicators of compromise (IOC), analysis, hunt, remediation and more. Hear war stories about specific incidents and attacks, along with how they were identified and remediated. You'll also gain insight on how a SOC can identify a sophisticated attack sooner in its evolution, helping minimize the damage it might cause.


John Davies - Presales Systems Engineer, Arctic Wolf Network

Lunch Sponsor

Arctic Wolf Networks

Parking available at Summers Street Garage or on street. Please check in with the receptionist.



Alan Digman
(304) 347-1774
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Bowles Rice *
600 Quarrier Street
(Corner of Quarrier and Laidley Streets)
Charleston, WV 25301