Events

BSidesAugusta

Augusta, GA | Oct 5, 2019

BSides is a community-driven event built for and by information security professionals. Each event offers networking opportunities with peers, demos, and encourages collaboration.

If you’re attending, be sure to add Red Canary’s talk to your schedule!

Spotting Lateral Movement with Endpoint Data
By Tony Lambert, Detection Engineer

Lateral movement is an integral part of adversary movement into and around networks. This functionality is now built into relatively inexpensive and widely available malware in addition to operating systems for system administration. There is some good news: you CAN detect an adversary moving around your network with the proper telemetry and analysis. This session will arm defenders with techniques to detect six commonly used methods to move laterally using endpoint data.

Tony Lambert
Detection Engineer
Tony is a professional geek who loves to jump into all things related to detection and digital forensics. After working for several years in Desktop and Systems Administration, he joined the Red Canary team to help find evil and augment detection capabilities for organizations. Tony holds a Master’s of Science in Digital Forensic Science from Champlain College and has taught numerous technology classes for a local community college.
Tony is a professional geek who loves to jump into all things related to detection and digital forensics. After working for several years in Desktop and Systems Administration, he joined the Red Canary team to help find evil and augment detection capabilities for organizations. Tony holds a Master’s of Science in Digital Forensic Science from Champlain College and has taught numerous technology classes for a local community college.