WEBINAR | Investigating the Hacker Lifecycle
Register for CompTIA AITP’s webinar, Investigating the Hacker Lifecycle on May 9 at 3PM CDT!
One of the hottest topics at RSA San Francisco 2019 was the Mitre ATT&CK framework. Along with the Lockheed-Martin Kill Chain, it has become a standard reference model for cybersecurity professionals. Specifically, it is used to describe each stage of an attack. Pen testers, security analysts and Security Operations Center (SOC) professionals must learn how to mature their operations, as well as hone the skills of red team and blue team workers.
During this Webinar, Dr. James Stanger, Chief Technology Evangelist at CompTIA, will provide specific examples of each step of the framework. He will discuss steps such as Reconnaissance, Weaponization, Exploitation, Control and Maintenance (also known as Persistence). In addition to a hands-on demonstration of various steps, he will discuss the perception of cybersecurity professionals about the strengths and weaknesses of this model. For example, benefits include the model’s emphasis on techniques and behaviors.
Webinar is CEU-approved for the following CompTIA certifications:
A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, PenTest+, CySA+ and CASP+
Chief Technology Evangelist, CompTIA
Dr. James Stanger is the Chief Technology Evangelist at CompTIA. His wide range of expertise includes certification and certification design, using social media in business, e-learning creation, security, Linux and open source, and Web development. An award-winning author, James has written titles for O’Reilly Media, McGraw-Hill, Prentice-Hall, IBM, Wiley and Elsevier. He has also acted as a security consultant for various entities, including the Association for Corporate Council, Brigham Young University and Security (purchased by McAfee).