In today’s environment of reduced budgets, loss of talent, and more breaches than ever before, how do you stop the adversary before they are able to compromise your environment? In this livestream we’ll be talking with OISF’s own Josh Stroschein, and discussing the capabilities of Suricata, an open-source threat detection engine.
Catch the live stream on YouTube!
Join us to hear about our awesome new partnership, learn about how to effectively employ Suricata within your organization, and get a walkthrough on a new lab where you can get some hands-on practice! Check out our lab! https://app.pluralsight.com/labs/detail/5cb37490-9731-4c67-bb8f-6f0b7b5b9f8a/toc
Meet our hosts!
Dr. Josh Stroschein is an Associate Professor at Dakota State University where he teaches malware analysis, software exploitation, reverse engineering, and penetration testing. Josh also works as a Threat Researcher for HP Wolf Security and is the Director of Training for the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF). Josh has spent years developing security-related courses and is passionate about sharing that knowledge with others all over the world.
Brandon DeVault is an Sr. Security Author focusing on general blue team operations, incident response, and threat hunting at Pluralsight. He is also a member of the Florida Air National Guard and works as a threat hunter on a Mission Defense Team (MDT) defending North America’s air tracks. Prior to joining Pluralsight, Brandon worked with Elastic as an Education Architect creating and delivering security content. He also worked with Special Operations Command where he had two deployments to Afghanistan on deployable communications teams. His experience spans satellite communications, radio technologies, system and network administration. Brandon is also passionate about hardware hacking, soldering, hiking, and currently holds the GCIA, GCED, and Security+ certifications.