Worlds collide as Black Hills Information Security (BHIS) brings together legendary developers in open source software (OSS) hunting and adversarial emulation projects for a discussion on the current state of the landscape and what’s coming next.
As our panel hosts, Jordan and Kent (Atomic Purple Team, PlumHound), continue to focus on advocating and evangelizing for Purple Teaming in the information security community, they have invited Roberto Rodriguez & Nate Guagenti (HELK Project, Mordor) and Marcello Salvati (CrackMapExec, SILENTTRINITY) to discuss the collision of OSS Hunting and Adversarial Emulation platforms, with additional commentary from John Strand.
The group will discuss Roberto Rodriguez (@Cyb3rWard0g) and Nate Guagenti’s (@neu5ron) development and maintenance of the HELK project while focusing on the ongoing development of Mordor, Datasets, and Azure Resource Manager templates. Joining the world-class hunters is Marcello Salvati (Byt3bl33d3r), developer of CrackMapExec and SILENTTRINITY to continue the discussion of OSS adversarial simulation. John Strand will add commentary on the history of adversarial simulation, hunting, and where the industry may be headed.
- Roberto Rodriguez @cyb3rward0g
- Nate Guagenti @neu5ron
- Marcello Salvatti @byt3bl33d3r
- John Strand @strandjs
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Slides for this webcast can be found here: https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/SLIDES_WhenWorldsCollide.pdf
00:00:00 – PreShow Banter™ — We’ve Lost Control
00:10:47 – FEATURE PRESENTATION: When Worlds Collide
00:14:26 – Threat Intelligence Sharing
00:25:57 – Won’t Stop Can’t Stop
00:32:06 – A Tired Community
00:38:54 – Re-Investing Open Source Projects
00:45:37 – Open Threat Research
00:50:57 – Understand Adversary Tradecraft
00:52:50 – Mordor Labs
01:10:05 – Mordor Datasets
01:12:42 – HELK
01:18:41 – Threat Hunter Playbook
01:35:34 – PostShow Banter™
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