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Network Forensics: Hunting with Packets

January 25 @ 11:00 am - January 28 @ 4:00 pm EST


Threat hunting is all the rage! The idea is to take the fight to Evil, rather than waiting for Evil to inform us that our assets are pwnd (and kindly cough up some Bitcoin, please). But how do we accomplish this? Unfortunately, what’s finally in vogue is still pretty vague in practice.

Generally, hunting is fundamentally about identifying and understanding our quarry, the field within which it dwells, the ways in which it can be found and positively identified, and successfully taking it out of the field. In Montana, we then typically fieldstrip it and put it in our freezers, but that’s a very specific case generally involving only elk and deer.

That’s what this course is for: understanding the mechanics behind the field, the quarry, the scopes, and the firing pins. Because let’s face it: if your quarry knows the hunt better than you, and they typically do, you’ll never succeed…

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January 25 @ 11:00 am EST
January 28 @ 4:00 pm EST
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