This presentation delves into how open source/freely available threat intelligence from national CERTs and private intelligence providers can be used in enhancing red team operations and building cybersecurity resilience. It illustrates how integrating this intelligence into cybersecurity strategies equips attendees with a nuanced understanding of the evolving threat landscape and the ability to simulate sophisticated adversaries effectively.
The presentation will showcase a proven methodology, emphasizing the enhancement of red team exercises through threat intelligence. It will also demonstrate real-world applications, guiding participants on becoming more resilient by harnessing insights derived from red team activities. This approach enables them to fortify their cybersecurity defenses using readily available, top-tier intelligence. Overall, the presentation highlights the transformative impact of employing open-source intelligence in proactive defense strategies.
SPEAKER: Nikolas Behar – Adjunct Professor of Cybersecurity at USD and National University
Experienced Information Security practitioner specializing in attack surface management, with expertise spanning various domains including cyber-defense, cyber-risk, security strategy, offensive security, security awareness, and security operations.educator empowering the next generation of professionals at leading universities in San Diego, delivering dynamic lectures on ethical hacking, digital forensics, and information assurance.