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Co-creator of Atomic Red Team

Casey Smith

Casey led the development of Atomic Red Team, an open-source testing platform that security teams can use to assess detection coverage. An avid researcher, he is passionate about understanding and evaluating the limits of defensive systems. His background includes security analysis, threat research, penetration testing, and incident response.
Tracking driver inventory to unearth rootkits
Tracking driver inventory to unearth rootkits
Four tools to consider if you’re adopting ATT&CK
Four tools to consider if you’re adopting ATT&CK
Testing the Top MITRE ATT&CK Techniques: PowerShell, Scripting, Regsvr32
Testing the Top MITRE ATT&CK Techniques: PowerShell, Scripting, Regsvr32
How to Test Your Security Controls Using Atomic Red Team
How to Test Your Security Controls Using Atomic Red Team
You and what army? How lean security teams defend against evolving threats
You and what army? How lean security teams defend against evolving threats
How to Use Atomic Red Team Tests
How to Use Atomic Red Team Tests
Atomic Red Team Lab: Regsvr32
Atomic Red Team Lab: Regsvr32
Atomic Red Team Lab: Chain Reactions
Atomic Red Team Lab: Chain Reactions
 
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