One of the challenges for security teams is writing and deploying detections that generate actionable alerts with rich context while also reducing noisy alerts. This hands-on workshop will teach the fundamentals of Purple Teaming and detection-as-code to help build new detections.

Instructor
Ken Westin
Security Strategist, Panther
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Instructor
Brandon Min
Technical Marketing, Panther
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Date: Feb 16, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PST)

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Date: Feb 16, 2023 Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PST)

We will demonstrate how modern organizations use Purple team techniques to develop hypotheses for new detections and strengthen their defenses against future attacks.

Our approach: We will use open-source offensive security tools to simulate attacks against lab infrastructure and use an investigative approach to learn and build new detections & manage them using detection-as-code principles to eliminate noise and false positives.

Who should attend?

This hands-on virtual workshop is perfect for detection & security engineers who are expected to develop and write detections to support new log sources, threat models, and vulnerabilities that are exploited in the wild

This workshop is eligible for 2 CPE Credits from ISC(2). Enter your ISC(2) member number in the form for credit. 

 

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