| [26/04/21] April 26, 2021
Jess Garcia - One eSecurity
Twitter: j3ssgarcia - LinkedIn: garciajess
As some of you already know, I will have the honor to speak at the upcoming RSA Conference on May 17th.
Since I recognize that the abstract that I originally wrote (and is currently published at the RSA website) is a little generic, I would like to share more details about my talk:
I will certainly not spoil the talk by telling you exactly what I will be unveiling, but I would like to provide additional information with two objectives:
The formal abstract is the following:
AI is changing the world, and Cybersecurity and DFIR are no exception. This pioneering, first-ever talk on the topic will share how machine/deep learning helps in real-world threat Hunting and complex investigations by tackling problems perfectly suited for AI (complexity, volume, correlation, etc) with open AI DFIR resources (aidfir.io).
Which I must confess is a little generic.
The Big Question to Answer
Let me give you some extra motivation… The talk will try to answer the following question:
The talk will be presenting innovative Machine Learning-centric approaches to Threat Hunting and Forensic Analysis, both in terms of methodology and technology, and will evaluate how effective they are in detecting an attack such as the Solarwinds one, in the absence of IOCs.
At the same time, the talk will be building on top of a best practices Threat Hunting model, which might be interesting for you specially if you are not so familiar with Threat Hunting.
I humbly believe that you will have quite some fun with my talk and you will learn quite a few things in different areas (DFIR, Data Science, Machine Learning), so it would be great to have you in the audience!
See you at the RSA Conference on May 17!