Attacking and Defending Industries at Scale
What the talk is about:
- This is a walkthrough of attacking an industry from the specific view of a modern attacker that is emulating nation-state techniques.
- The key takeaway is that attack techniques are evolving fast due to automation but defenses are lagging behind because of a dependence on “old industry norms”. Things don’t have to be this way and modernizing defenses is easier than people think but they do have to change (update) the way they think about defense in order to move forward.
What the audience will gain:
- A transformation in the way they view security.
- An understanding of why economics is so important when it comes to security.
- Learn about new attack methods and techniques used to target entire industries.
- Learn about new defense methods which can radically reduce the cost of security.
- Gain an understanding of the importance of scalability and automation when it comes to security.
Owner of Verification Labs, GIAC-GWAPT, GIAC-GPEN, GIAC- CGFA, CRISC, CISA, CISM, CISSP, SSCP, NSA-IAM
Trey Blalock is an independent Internet security specialist and security researcher who provides custom security solutions to some of the largest companies, governments, and organizations in the world. He used to manage global security operations for the world’s largest financial transaction hub, has served as a forensic expert witness for the US Department of Justice on several high-profile cases such as “Donald Vance vs. Donald Rumsfield” and has trained numerous Fortune 100 companies, consulting firms, and federal agencies such as the FBI, NSA, and DIA on network and system security.
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