Companies of all shapes and sizes are compromised by threat actors despite heavy investments in security products and skilled resources. Why? Because threat actors are doing their best to blend in by limiting their use of custom malware and opting instead to use our own software and applications against us. Threat Hunting appears to be a viable solution but many companies struggle justifying the cost or fail to get the desired results. Join Secureworks Senior Security Researcher Robert Higham as he shares his experiences building a Threat Hunting program at a Fortune 50 company and training dozens of companies of various sizes, markets and countries across the globe to do the same.
Threat Hunting: What It Is and Isn’t
Tech Theater 1
Starts: September 14, 2022 1:00 pm
Ends: 2:00 pm
Secureworks CTU Senior Researcher
Robert is a member of the Secureworks Counter Threat Unit CTU Detection Research team. Robert joined Secureworks in 2019 to share his experience building and supporting enterprise level initiatives including Risk Management and Threat Hunting at a fortune 50 company. Robert is currently responsible for building and executing Threat Hunting strategies. He played a pivotal role in the design and implementation of Secureworks ManagedXDR Elite service and is co-author and lead instructor of Secureworks internal and external Threat Hunting workshops. Robert holds a master s degree in Cybersecurity with a focus on Cyber Intelligence.