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Tucson, AZ – January 8-11, 2018

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CURRENT SCHEDULE IS TENTATIVE. CHANGES TO THE SCHEDULE BELOW MAY OCCUR

Watch this space for details on the technical program for FloCon 2018. In the meantime, see the FloCon website at www.cert.org/flocon.
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Monday, January 8 • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Afternoon Track I: How to be an Analyst LIMITED

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This two session training covers basic skills necessary to be an effective cyber analyst. Analytic acumen or “how to think” is the topic for the morning session. This session will focus on the underlying analytical skillset. The session will start with an introduction to the analytic process and then cover logical fallacies and awareness of assumptions and biases. Practical application of portions of the analytic process will be the topic of the afternoon session. Here we will step into the shoes of Alex Smith, a SOC team lead for ACME Corporation, as he encounters a number of challenging situations. In each situation, you will dictate what actions Alex takes. These decisions have consequences as their outcomes could save or doom ACME Corporation.


Speakers
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Angela Horneman

Network Intelligence Analyst, CERT - Software Engineering Institute
Angela Horneman is a Network Intelligence Analyst for the CERT division of the SEI. Her focus is on helping others understand network cyber security topics and solve related problems. They can then make better decisions, improve their security posture, and better interact in the cyber... Read More →
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Don McKeon

Junior Network Security Analyst, CERT - Software Engineering Institute
Donald McKeon is a Network Security Analyst for the CERT division of the SEI. His concentration is in developing  ways to have real time situational awareness of assets on any network. In order to properly defend a network, organizations must have a way to identify critical infrastructure... Read More →


Monday January 8, 2018 1:00pm - 4:30pm MST
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