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  • Workshop Information: Analysis 101 for Hackers and Incident Responders

    Title: Analysis 101 for Hackers and Incident Responders

    Instructor: Kristy Westphal

    Abstract: You have a theory about something you have found while roaming the network or conducting your own hackfest, but how do you go about proving it? This workshop will be a hands-on journey deep into the world of analysis. While analysis is a bit of an art form, there are methods that can be applied to make it less of a gut feeling and more of a scientific approach to support your hypothesis. From network forensics to log analysis to endpoint forensics and malware analysis, we will review numerous quick methods to gain context over the data you have gathered and apply critical thinking in an attempt to find the answers. Sometimes, the answers weren’t meant to be found, but we’ll also discuss how to make the best of any conclusion that you reach.

    Level: Beginner/Intermediate

    Pre-Requisites: Security Operations Center background helpful, but not required. Operating Systems and Network basics helpful. A curiosity to figure out stuff is mandatory!

    Required Materials: Bring a laptop with OS of your choice. You will need the Kali Linux (suggest VM or Virtual Box) and free Splunk (Splunk Light) installed ahead of time. You will also need to download sample files from this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...b6?usp=sharing
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