May 22, 2024 – Register
In an era where “assume breach” is the status quo, organizations are working on the maturity of threat detection and incident response programs to mitigate the barrage of incoming malware and ransomware attacks.
This must-attend forum is designed to delve into big-picture strategies to reduce attack surfaces, improve patch management, conduct post-incident forensics, and tools and tricks needed in a modern organization.
Expect robust debate on the use of AI/LLMs in incident response tooling, the cost (and) curse of the “log-everything” movement, the value of threat intelligence, and the blending of sophisticated APTs with cybercrime activities.
Attendees can expect high-quality presentations and sessions on the following:
- The extension of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) systems beyond traditional parameters, advancing into the network layers to provide more robust defense mechanisms.
- Detailed examination of various threat hunting tools and frameworks, including a look at the latest technologies and methodologies being used in modern security programs.
- The critical role of threat intelligence data and trends around monetization of feeds and government-controlled data release.
- Best practices in logging and monitoring to spot malware infections and sharing of IOCs (indicators of compromise) artifacts to secure the ecosystem.
SecurityWeek’s Threat Detection and Incident Response (TDIR) Summit brings together security practitioners from around the world to share war stories on breaches and the murky world of high-end cyberattacks.
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