We are excited to kick-off the new year with a presentation from Michael McAndrews to the members of the Southwest CyberSec Forum onMonday, January 6, 2020. Michael’s presentation “The Need for Advanced Incident Response Tools and Capabilities” will use actual scenarios from a WGM/Crowdstrike international incident response engagement.
He will discuss incident response and how full network packet capture and endpoint detection and response technologies can be leveraged together as a powerful combination to improve the investigative and remediation process.
The event is sponsored by Crowdstrike who will present on the current e-crime landscape and procedures used by APT actors. Their presentation will cover the tactics, techniques, and procedures used by Wizard Spider and their TrickBot, Ryuk, and AnchorDNS malware families.
Southwest CyberSec Forum University of Advancing Technology Theater 2625 W Baseline Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283 Meeting: 6:00pm–9:00pm
Pizza and drinks will be provided from 6:00-6:30pm Free Admission – No RSVP Necessary Open to the public and UAT students
Expected Attendance: 70-100 people from private and public sector organizations