SANS instructor Matt Bromiley presents a new way of thinking about threat hunting. The common practice today is that most analysts search for threats based on hunches and previous knowledge, which leaves an open opportunity for attackers. Bromiley proposes an alternative approach where we utilize a common language.
Together with Chris Morales from Vectra, Bromiley will:
- Guide participants through this new way of thinking
- Provide takeaways to apply this thinking to your own situations
- Show a practical example of how to map an attack to the MITRE ATT&CK framework
- Discuss how to leverage the MITRE attack framework for threat hunting
In addition to the webcast, we will also send you the associated whitepaper written by security expert Matt Bromiley.