NW Washington, DC
The Dupont Hotel
The Incident Detection and Log Management Summit will offer two full days of content in a single track, consisting of expert keynotes, professional briefings and dynamic panels. It will concentrate on network-centric and host-centric methods to detect intruders that work in the real world.
We will also focus on which logging configurations capture the history of a hacker's activity on your machine, from the establishment of unauthorized accounts to the installation of back-doors, enabling you to quickly isolate and repair affected systems after an intrusion. Who Should Attend
- CISOs and ISOs
- Security staff, law enforcement personnel, and info security consultants - Managers who are trying to hire technical staff to create or augment their organization's incident detection team
- Red teams who want to learn ways to evade notice by incident detectors
- Security auditors and incident handlers who need to know the greatest threats to their organizations' data and what needs to be done to protect it
Contact Name: SANS Institute
(301) 654-SANS (7267)
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