While being able to react to attacks quickly is important for any security team, it’s also important to get out in front of potential risks to identify threats lurking within your systems before they become active.
Are you on a blue or red team and want some tips to help with threat hunting and other risks?
Ever wonder what blue and red teams focus on each day and how their roles are evolving?
Join this educational webinar to learn from Code42’s Security Director, Nathan Hunstad and Staff Security Engineer, Chris Hernandez about tips and tricks for anyone working on protecting their organization’s perimeter.
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Nathan Hunstad, director, security, Code42 As director of security operations at Code42, Nathan leads the team responsible for security tooling, red team exercises and responding to security events. Nathan joined Code42 in 2016, bringing experience from both the private and public sector, and is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Security Technologies (MSST) program at the University of Minnesota.
Chris Hernandez, staff security engineer, Code42 As staff security engineer at Code42, Chris is responsible for internal Red Team operations and penetration testing programs. Chris’ work focuses on emulating advanced adversary tactics techniques and procedures (TTPs) and developing adversary resilience capabilities.
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