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Threat Hunting Workshop

Splunk organises – especially for (ISC)² NL registrants – a workshop on Threat Hunting.

Proactive detection of digital threats (threat hunting) is increasingly becoming a permanent part of Security Operations Centers and security departments. SANS defines ‘threat hunting’ as a targeted and repeatable search that aims to track down cyber criminals who enter the network of organizations and gain insight into their identity and tactics.

This workshop requires no prior Splunk knowledge. Participants should bring their own laptop, which should have a browser installed. Make sure your laptop is fully charged. The workshop will use cloud instances. Wifi/Internet is available.

This workshop, including soup and sandwiches, is brought to you by Splunk.


Getting to the venue

Public transportation
At Eindhoven railway station, take bus 407 direction High Tech Campus. Leave the bus at stop HTC/The Strip. 5min walk.
Exit HTC on the A2, continue towards HTC. Free parking at P1 or any of the 8 parking garages on campus.
what Threat Hunting Workshop
when 22/05/2018
where High Tech Campus, The Strip, High Tech Campus 1, 5656 AE, Eindhoven


17:30 Registration and food
18:00 Workshop
  • What is threat hunting
  • The Threat Hunting maturity model and process
  • Theat Hunting use cases with real data in Splunk
  • Web attacks
  • Lateral movement
  • Data exfiltration
  • Splunk Security Essentials to automate Threat Hunting use cases
21:00 End


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