2008 DoD Cybercrime Convention

I will be lecturing again at the 2008 DoD Cybercrime Convention in St. Louis, MO. Last year, I spoke about advanced attacks from the front line. This year, I will be discussing tactical tool development supporting incident response from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Abstract, FTA:

Highly-motivated, advanced attackers have been successful in adapting their techniques to avoid traditional defensive and analytical tools. Anti-virus, firewalls, and IDS’s are no longer effective countermeasures to these adversaries, forcing analysts to quickly develop specific tools to combat certain aspects of an attacker's M.O. In this presentation, various new & emerging tools developed by analysts that have been successful in helping combat these threats are discussed.

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