DFLabs’ Senior Product Manager and an expert in security operations, incident response, digital forensics and investigations John Moran, will present best practices for using “live box” forensics at the upcoming SANS Threat Hunting and Incident Response Summit in New Orleans on September 7, 2018.
As organizations experience an increase in complex cyber threats and advanced attack techniques, such as the use of file-less malware, security operations personnel are turning to the use of “live box” forensics in threat hunting, despite its perceived risks and pitfalls. With this in mind, John will detail the Dos and Don’ts when conducting “live box” forensics for threat hunting and provide a best practices framework for incident response teams. Moreover, he will use a newly released free Windows tool that automates data acquisition to demonstrate “live box” techniques.
Learn more about the Summit here.
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DFLabs Senior Product Manager, John Moran, joined George Rettas on Task Force 7 Radio to discuss the facets of security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) technology.
Speaking if automation can be a game-changer, among other subjects, John Moran said, “Organizations stumble when they don’t’ look at automation as an enabler, but as a replacement for their staff. We’re not there, that’s the wrong approach. If organizations approach automation with that replacement mentality, they (likely) won’t see the results they’re hoping to achieve.”
To read more about the interview visit Cybersecurity Hub here, where it was originally published.
To listen to the full episode of “Task Force 7 Radio,” click here.