Join SNCA at Caesar’s Palace as special guests of the SANS Institute during their 2017 Network Security event. As always we will have three featured speakers, after which you are also invited to attend the Vendor Expo, Women’s Connect, and all Bonus Talks being held that evening (and week).
A reception with appetizers and drinks will be held after the SNCA meeting at the Women’s Connect event (open to all).
Please register no later than September 5th, to allow time for badges to be produced. There will be a registration table set up outside the room where you will collect your badge.
DATE AND TIME
Tue, September 12, 2017
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT
Promenade Level, Room Roman III
3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
SNCA Featured Speakers
Cybereason’s Tim Amey will present “An Attack Unraveled.” A detailed walk-thru of a real world attack that gained deep access to information but was uncovered through Cybereason’s active hunting platform
Steve Manzuik – Steve is the Director of Security Research at Duo Security’s Duo Labs (@duo_labs). With two decades of Information Security experience, Steve is a published author who worked on the highly successful Hack Proofing Your Network series as well as O’Reilly’s Security Power Tools, among others. Steve has presented at various security conferences, including Blackhat, DEFCON, PacSec, AusCERT and more. Steve’s experience has focused on penetration testing, vulnerability management, threat modeling, network security and security research. Steve is also well versed and experienced in security program building and compliance issues.
Title: How Attackers Win
Synopsis: Movies, TV and even some non-fictional press leads most to believe that a cyber attack is a complicated endeavor conducted by teams of highly skilled people. The reality is, that most successful attacks are not complicated in the least. Advanced Persistent Threat is actually more like Average Phishing Technique. This presentation will highlight real world attacks, why the attackers were successful and how they could have been stopped. We will share data, as seen by our service, that helps illustrate why attackers choose the attack vectors they do and how simple security hygiene can go a long way to prevent a successful attack.
Josh Fu is a Sr. Sales Engineer at Anomali working with strategic customers in the US and worldwide. He started his career developing alliances with cloud computing partners in the Federal and Enterprise spaces and then went on to architect secure clouds for these organizations before joining Anomali. Josh also founded the US west coast chapter of the International Consortium of Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) and holds multiple certifications, including the CISM and CISSP.
“So many IOCs. How to Finally Manage All of Them” – Over 430 million new IOCs were created in the past year, many of which were machine generated and come to you in too many lists and emails. You need a way to manage receiving these IOCs as well as redistributing them. This talk will teach you about the challenges and considerations regarding collecting and managing threat intelligence for your organization.
Here is a link to the Bonus sessions for the week https://www.sans.org/event/network-security-2017/bonus-sessions/ which include:
|Vendor Solutions Expo||—||Tuesday, September 12th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm|
|Women’s CONNECT Event||Hosted by SANS COINS program and ISSA WIS SIG||Tuesday, September 12th, 6:00pm – 9:15pm|
|GIAC Program Presentation||Jeff Frisk||Tuesday, September 12th, 6:15pm – 7:15pm|
|Introducing DeepBlueCLI, a PowerShell Module for Hunt Teaming via Windows Event Logs||Eric Conrad||Tuesday, September 12th, 7:15pm – 8:15pm|
|The Seven Deadly Sins of Incident Response||Jake Williams||Tuesday, September 12th, 7:15pm – 8:15pm|
|You’ve Got Ransomware! Managing the Legal Risk of Cyber Fraud||Benjamin Wright||Tuesday, September 12th, 7:15pm – 8:15pm|
|Lets Go Hunting Bad Guys.||John Strand||Tuesday, September 12th, 8:15pm – 9:15pm|
|Ten Tenets of CISO Success||Frank Kim||Tuesday, September 12th, 8:15pm – 9:15pm|
|Control Things Platform||Justin Searle||Tuesday, September 12th, 8:15pm – 9:15pm|