Illuminating the Black Art of Security. Now entering its 11th year, SecTor has built a reputation of bringing together experts from around the world to share their latest research and techniques involving underground threats and corporate defences. The conference provides an unmatched opportunity for IT Professionals and Managers to connect with their peers and learn from their mentors.
We have designed a virtual training environment that allows the user to step through the quintessential phases of an attack: reconnaissance, scanning and enumeration, gaining access, maintaining access, and covering tracks. Licensed for reuse under Creative Commons, the materials can immediately be used for education and training purposes by attendees. We focus on what can be expected from the red team (attackers) and how that activity can potentially be mitigated by the blue team (defenders). Topics include social engineering, credential guessing, exploitation of vulnerable services, privilege escalation, and command line tips and tricks. Our environment features a “capture the flag” element, with various flags hidden throughout the victim box. It also features an interesting storyline that will be relevant to attendees.
More Information: https://sector.ca/sessions/security-training-in-a-virtual-box/
About the Speakers
Threat Researcher, LookingGlass Cybersecurity
Marcelle Lee is threat researcher with LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, an adjunct professor in digital forensics and network security, and provides security consulting and training services through her company, Fractal Security Group, LLC. She is involved with many industry organizations, working groups, and boards, including the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, the NIST Cyber Competitions Working Group, and the ISACA CSX Certification Task Force. Marcelle has earned the CISSP, CSX-P, GCFA, GCIA, GCIH, GPEN, GISF, GSEC, GCCC, C|EH, CCNA, Security+, Network+, and ACE industry certifications. She holds four degrees, including a master’s degree in cybersecurity, and received the 2016 Chesapeake Regional Tech Council Women in Tech (WIT) Award. Marcelle frequently presents at conferences and training events, and is an active volunteer in the cybersecurity community.