Hunting 101 - Back to Basics: Implementing a Proactive Cyber Hunting Approach

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Threat hunting is one of the hottest topics in cyber security right now. And in the right hands, threat hunting is a significant weapon in the IT security arsenal, helping organizations to identify adversaries and the risks they pose.

But IT security teams also need to know how to respond to the threats they find, and how to separate intelligence they can act on from the background noise.

In this webinar we will examine:

  • What is hunting and why it is important
  • How the hunting role differs from other roles in IT Security
  • How to start hunting now, no matter the size or maturity of your security program
  • How to integrate threat hunting with other security tools, and how to explain its value to the board.


Ian Glover

President, CREST

    Brad Mecha

    Hunting Team Lead, Cybereason

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

        Eddie Schwartz

        Eddie Schwartz Chair, ISACA’s Cybersecurity Task Force

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