Every year, governments and companies spend billions of dollars on cybersecurity and experienced teams work for countless hours, yet breaches are still depressingly routine. Why?

Preventing unauthorized access into, out of, or within a network requires understanding how that network is built – an extremely difficult, tedious, and time-consuming task.

If you try to contain an incident without that understanding, there is a high risk that an attacker will maintain a presence in your network. While your team focuses on analysis and containment, today’s threat actors can spread quickly and establish deep footholds across your network.


During the event, you will use the RedSeal platform and threat hunt within a pre-built virtual network model. You’ll assess the network’s overall cybersecurity posture while refining your skills in risk and vulnerability assessment, cyber hunting, and incident response.

At the completion of the session, you will have learned how to:

  • Identify potential attack vectors that bad actors could use to exploit existing vulnerabilities.
  • Optimize resources by leveraging risk-based vulnerability prioritization.
  • Easily identify devices on the network that pose the most risk to your enterprise – those with network access and exploitable vulnerabilities.
  • Quickly visualize where bad actors can pivot following system compromise and traverse a network.
  • Coordinate with other teams to minimize the impact of an event.
  • Use network context to develop mitigation strategies and implement your run-book plays.


Register today for an upcoming workshop.