Endpoint Security Got You Down? No PowerShell? No Problem

Black Hills Information Security

Do your PowerShell scripts keep getting caught? Tired of dealing with EDRs & Windows Defender every time you need to pop a box? In this one-hour webcast, we introduce a somewhat new Red Team approach that we call BYOI (Bring Your Own Interpreter).  Turns out, by harnessing the powah of C# and the .NET framework you can embed entire interpreters inside of a C# binary. This allows you to dynamically access all of the .NET API from a scripting language of your choosing without going through Powershell in any way!  We also cover some basic .NET & C# concepts in order to understand why this is possible and all the hype surrounding offensive C# tradecraft.
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Spotlight

SIEM systems were orginally intended for compliance and log management. Later they were used to detect and investigate attacks. However, log-centric SIEMs have several flaws that make it difficult to detect successful attacks and even more difficult to investigate them. Log-centric SIEMs give security personnel some level visibility of what is going on across the enterprise by connecting the dots between anomalies within the different layers of defense via logs. However, logs lack deep visibility and detail to understand what is truly happening in an environment.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Five Phases of Ethical Hacking

GreyCampus

GreyCampus & EC-Council together bring in an informative 1-hour webinar for ethical hacking aspirants. Our subject matter expert will take you through the 5 phases of Ethical Hacking out of the 18 mentioned above. The webinar will follow as per the outline below: Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Career Opportunities. Phases of Ethical Hacking. Phase 1 – Reconnaissance.
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Cybersecurity in a Changed World: 2021 Trends and 2022 Predictions

If 2020 seemed like an anomaly, 2021 proved to us that it’s time to get comfortable with the transformed reality. Remote work, intended as a temporary response to COVID-19, is now an increasingly standardized way to operate. With face-to-face operations no longer the norm, numerous organizations have shifted to a technology-driven strategy. We’ve seen a rise in initiatives like self-service or online purchases, as well as an upturn in remote events, with many new or established conferences choosing to go virtual. Businesses are also investing in technology more than ever, growing their IT infrastructure with new software and IoT devices. However, as can be expected, new or enhanced cybersecurity threats went hand and hand with this unexpected digital renaissance.
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Why IT Security and Project Mgmt. Training Will Be Key in 2017

RedVector

During this webcast, RedVector Senior Director of Product Management Bobby Person outlines the reasons why organizations must protect data and streamline projects, and provides training strategies to get started. Discover how your project managers, IT developers, software engineers and others can manage projects and resources to exceed expectations, mitigate network attacks and vulnerabilities, and earn important industry credentials and certifications using new project management training and IT infrastructure/security training.
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Moving Beyond Blindspots: How to Reduce Security Risks in the Cloud

Understanding your complex cloud environment is tricky. Workloads, containers, and serverless functions are added and removed constantly. Vulnerabilities are endless. Security staff is in short supply. But here’s the reality: cloud security is built in incremental steps. And process improvement involves multiple stakeholders — not just security teams.
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Spotlight

SIEM systems were orginally intended for compliance and log management. Later they were used to detect and investigate attacks. However, log-centric SIEMs have several flaws that make it difficult to detect successful attacks and even more difficult to investigate them. Log-centric SIEMs give security personnel some level visibility of what is going on across the enterprise by connecting the dots between anomalies within the different layers of defense via logs. However, logs lack deep visibility and detail to understand what is truly happening in an environment.

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