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Thursday, March 8 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Target-based Security Model: Mapping Network Attacks to Security Controls

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This talk will present a categorization of network-based attacks for the purpose of mapping to appropriate security controls. Using a layered security-zone model allows easy visualization of how/where various security controls can be applied to protect against network-based attacks at different layers. Categorizing network-based attacks according to the targeted zone then allows for direct mapping of security controls to the types of attacks they can be used to prevent.
The goal is a simple, publicly available reference model, allowing vendors, customers, and 3rd-party testers to all speak the same language.

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Garett Montgomery

I've been working in InfoSec for the past 10+ years, first as a blue-teamer (Security Analyst) followed by IPS-Signature developer, and now as a red-teamer developing attacks for BreakingPoint. I've spent the last couple of years raising awareness around problems with IPS devices... Read More →


Thursday March 8, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
Big Tex Auditorium

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