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Join us on Friday, April 15th as we dive in to incident response. Sponsored by Rapid7, guest speaker Brian O'Neill will discuss a selection of real life incidents and their responses, highlighting the different methods the responders took and the lessons learned. We will be covering incidents ranging from DDOS attack, DOXing, and APTs. Be there or be square!

When: 04/15/2016
From 11:30AM until 01:00PM
Where: Tractor Supply Company
5401 Virginia Way
Brentwood, Tennessee  37027
United States
Presenter: Brian O’Neill, Rapid7
Contact: Raymond Beaudoin

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Topic: Tales from the Jump Bag
We hear a lot about different tools that can be used to assist in incident response, but due to the nature of breaches  oftentimes we don’t hear enough about what actually takes place when the stuff hits the fan.  A selection of real life incidents and the subsequent response will be reviewed, highlighting the different methods the responders took and the lessons learned.   We will be covering incidents ranging from DDOS attack, DOXing, and APTs.  Additional exciting stories from several security professionals will be shared to help educate on successful measures you can utilize to speed your response time.

Brian O’Neill; Senior Product Marketing Manager at Rapid7

Brian O’Neill’s career has spanned 16 years in and around web application development and cyber security.  Back in 1998 he built his first web application in classic asp and has since then developed applications using a myriad of technologies. He’s transitioned from development to production operations and finally settled on product strategy.  During his professional career, Brian has worked for leading security companies and focused on network monitoring, offensive security, application security, and vulnerability management. As a product operations manager he helped secure a mission critical application for a newly public company transitioning to compliancy. Recently he’s been focused on product strategy for AppSpider (formerly NT OBJECTives’ NTOSpider), & Metasploit. Having spent his career focused on technology in various positions & industries he has a unique perspective on security.



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