Cyber threat landscape is greater than surface web (google, yahoo, bing, etc.). Over 96% of the web is hidden behind gates. Breached data often ends up in data dumps on these hidden corners, sold, traded, or offered for free. These decisions are made based on adversarial motivating factors. As such, it is important for IT auditors, cyber operations professionals, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT analysts, and security managers to understand the real threats.
The intent of this training seminar on the Deep Dark Web is to provide vigilance and hands-on experience through demos with the deep and dark web using multiple “gateways.” The class will challenge auditors, IT pros, cyber analysts, and managers to think from the adversarial perspective. As we all know, “paper security” has not solved cyber issues; therefore, this is a great opportunity for the industry to learn about the real risks so that they can best mitigate them.
Date and Time
July 11-12, 2019, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm *Check-in begins at 8:00 am*
Each student will be provided breakfast and lunch for each day of the seminar.
George Mason University - Arlington Campus
3351 Fairfax Drive, Founders Hall - Room 120, Arlington, Virginia, 22201, USA