Incident Response & Forensics

 

Education Level: Advanced

6118 - Storyboarding Incident Response Methodology: Speed, Synergy and Accuracy

Wednesday, September 27
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

It's Friday night—"IR Night"— and you get the call. After some initial information is collected, inevitably the next first step is to spin up an IR bridge. Rapidly, the various teams join: incident managers, server and network teams, application analysts and the incident response lead. More than 90 percent of IR teams will convene on a conference line - and that method negatively constrains communication and synergy. Leveraging visual techniques in training is proven to increase speed of understanding and depth of retention by an additional 80 percent. So why don't IR teams everywhere do this?

In this presentation, attendees will learn why they should – for every IR event. Attendees will learn about the Storyboard Incident Response Methodology. Using a simple, effective, repeatable and extremely visual methodology, participants' eyes and minds will pop with "ah-ha" moments that instantly make them converts to storyboarding. You'll be asking yourself, "Why didn't I think of that?" We'll include high-level objectives of how attendees will learn the practical application of storyboarding to effectively support all phases of the incident response process.

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Gregory Braunton

National Director, Threat Management, Incident Response and Forensics
Catholic Health Initiatives

Gregg Braunton serves as Catholic Health Initiatives' National Director, Threat Management, Incident Response & Forensics. He started his career buying a Commodore 64 in 8th grade. Earning a degree in computer science from the United States Military Academy, West Point, Gregg served 5 years active duty in the US Army as a signal officer. Following active duty he retired from the Reserves in May 2017 having served an additional 19 years in the Army Reserves where he held various leadership roles, most notable leading a Cyber Protection Team and training new soldiers in the cyber security discipline. After departing from active duty service, Gregg held various positions in the technology and healthcare fields. Gregg has worked in healthcare exclusively since 2000 holding a number of technical support and leadership positions primarily in Information Technology teams. Beginning in 2003 he began specializing in security today is a proud information security practitioner. In his National Director role he manages internal/external vulnerability assessments, pen testing and web application security assessments. He leads the organization’s CSIRT team, provides cyber hygiene governance leveraging CIS critical security controls, and supports all digital forensic and eDiscovery for both internal and external legal teams. Gregg has extensive civilian and military training and possesses both technical and management certifications in the information security disciplines; CISSP, GCFA, CHFI, CEH, GIACGSEC (Gold), DoD Computer Network Defense Course (CNDC), MCP, Carnegie Mellon Incident Response Handling, Carnegie Mellon Information Assurance for Technical Staff, CISSM, DoD 8570 CertifiedCompliant IA Tech III Mgmt III. He currently works full time with a small LLC serving families and businesses advocating and educating on how to be CyberVigilent.com. He lives in the Houston area with his wife of 24 years and 4 kids. Gregg can be reached at gregorybraunton@catholichealth.net or on Twitter at @greggbraunton.

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