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#misec Lansing meeting
March 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Your monthly dose of #misec in Lansing
Talk title: Not all techniques are equal: prioritizing ATT&CK Techniques and collection sources
Summary: There are 260-some threat techniques in ATT&CK. Many of us who have stared blankly at the matrix for hours on end will readily admit that adopting MITRE’s framework, while a vast improvement over prior methods for threat modeling, can be overwhelming. However, some techniques clearly deserve more urgent attention than others. As a security team, how do you decide where to focus your limited resources? In this group discussion, we’ll talk about how Red Canary’s upcoming Threat Detection Report draws on tens of thousands of confirmed threats to create an action plan for prioritizing prevalent ATT&CK techniques and data sources.
Speaker: Brian Donohue
About the speaker: Brian has been writing about and researching information security for the last decade. He started his career as a journalist covering security and privacy. He later consulted as a threat intelligence analyst, researching adversaries and techniques for a variety of major banks, retailers, and manufacturers. At Red Canary, Brian helps guide research publication and technical messaging efforts.
Food, drink, and t-shirts will be provided by Red Canary! TEKsystems will also be on hand for any questions/discussion related to careers in information security.
We will be having a general discussion/networking from 6pm – 7pm – or if we’d like to be a little more structured, we can follow a “Lean Coffee” format. The talk will begin at 7pm and run until approximately 8pm.
VENUE: Ernst Bessey Hall – Room 311
Please see map below for more details on location.