Backdoors & Breaches kind of took off.
In case you don’t know, Backdoors & Breaches is an Incident Response Card Game to help people better understand the various attacks and defenses used in security today.
We have sold out twice on Amazon, given out thousands of copies for free at conferences, and sent 2,000+ free decks to infosec educators (with a few thousand more decks to go).
As a standalone game, with an Incident Master driving the narrative, it works really well.
However, we have something else that we have been working on… Competitive Backdoors & Breaches.
Yes, you can play this game against your co-workers. It just takes at least two decks.
In this live webcast, we will be covering: advice for being an Incident Master; playing the regular game with remote teammates; answering many of your questions about gameplay; and introducing the rules on how to play this game competitively against another player.
Slides for this webcast can be found here: https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/SLIDES_CompetitiveBackdoorsandBreaches.pdf
4:38 – Ok, But Why?
5:55 – State of Play
9:27 – Initial Compromise Card
10:31 – Persistence Card
11:53 – C2 and EXFIL Card
14:01 – Pivot and Escalate Card
14:36 – Procedures Card
17:51 – Initial Setup
20:13 – Resource Points (RP)
25:41 – Building the Kill Chain
28:20 – Attack in Depth
29:20 – Completing the Kill Chain
31:31 – Defend Rolls
34:33 – For Example
37:29 – Let’s Play a Game
47:39 – Questions & Answers
We are also happy to announce that at Wild West Hacking Fest in San Diego we will be hosting the first ever Backdoors and Breaches Tournament. https://www.wildwesthackinfest.com/sandiego/
Backdoors & Breaches is back on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y3Y1XLP/