Any Mortal Kombat player worth their salt knows that an opponent executing one of their signature finishing moves means that it’s time to go into survival mode.
The same goes for defensive security. Certain techniques spell trouble with a capital T and should raise the alarms for all security and IT teams.
What should you be on the lookout for, exactly? We’ll break it down for you in a Mortal Kombat-themed event that will trigger nostalgia for the arcade in your hometown’s mall. Join Brian Johnson, pentester and 7 Minute Security podcast host, and Amanda Berlin, Lead Incident Detection Engineer, to learn:
- Surefire signs of attacker activity in your environment (and what they mean)
- How to detect ‘finishing moves’ using a SIEM
- Ways to test your tools’ readiness for a cyberattack
This interactive, conversational-style session encourages questions and engagement with viewers – so sign up today for access to our security experts.
Amanda Berlin, Lead Incident Detection Engineer, Blumira
Based in Ohio, Amanda is a highly accomplished network defender well-regarded throughout the Midwest infosec community. She’s spent the last three years with NetWorks Group’s MDR team and Blumira, while most recently as a Sr. Incident Detection Engineer specializing in threat detection research as well as SecOps. Amanda serves as the founder and CEO of Mental Health Hackers, a nonprofit dedicated to providing education and guidance to tech workers around mental health topics. Amanda is also the co-host of the Brakeing Down Security podcast. She is the author of a Blue Team best practices book called “Defensive Security Handbook: Best Practices for Securing Infrastructure” with Lee Brotherston through O’Reilly Media.
Brian Johnson, President, 7 Minute Security
Brian Johnson is the president of 7 Minute Security, which specializes in security assessments, penetration testing and training. He is especially passionate about teaching others about security and hosts a weekly podcast to help consumers and businesses strengthen their security posture. When he isn’t camped out behind a keyboard, he enjoys outdoor activities with his family, as well as singing and playing guitar in an acoustic duo.