ANNOUNCEMENT: Live Wireshark University & Allegro Packets online APAC Wireshark Training Session
April 17th, 2024 | 14:30-16:00 SGT (UTC+8) | Online

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Wireshark University & Allegro Packets online APAC Wireshark Training Session:

Identifying indications of Compromise (IoC) using Allegro Network Multimeter & Wireshark

April 17th, 2024
14:30-16:00
SGT (UTC+8)
14:30 Welcome by Gerald Combs
14:40-15:00 Allegro Packets
15:00-16:00 Phill Shade
S$65 (Singapore Dollars)

Packets may never lie, but how do you find the packets telling you the truth?

From the largest to the smallest company, the inescapable truth is that with the clicking of a few keys or even a simple phone call, intruders can bypass the most carefully constructed security.

Join us as former Blackhat turned Forensics Investigator Phill Shade explores several real-world network forensics case studies from his files. His analysis includes how he approached each case and what information, if any, he was given to base his analysis on. The Emphasis is on the Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) detected that lead to event resolution.

Instructor: Phill Shade, Owner Merlion's Keep Consulting

Phill “Sherlock” Shade is a Senior Network / Forensics Investigator and founder of Merlion’s Keep Consulting, specializing in all Network and Forensics Analysis aspects. A former Blackhat, he is an internationally recognized network security and forensics expert, drawing from over 30 years of hands-on, real-world experience. A member of the Global Cyber Response Team (GCRT), FBI InfraGard, Computer Security Institute, the IEEE, and a Volunteer at Cyber Warfare Forum Initiative, he is a frequent consultant for numerous international security, technology, and government agencies.

Allegro Packets' Network Analysis & Packet Capture Solutions

Allegro Packets offers cost-effective appliances for high-performance network analysis and packet capturing, ranging from 1 to 400G. These appliances, known as "Allegro Network Multimeters" provide highly granular and detailed analysis through powerful software algorithms. They effectively uncover network problems, performance bottlenecks, and protocol disturbances. With advanced incident monitoring capabilities based on thresholds and regular expressions, Allegro Network Multimeters proactively assist IT teams and service providers in network performance management, root cause analysis, and making informed network-related decisions, including security considerations.

Learn more at: https://allegro-packets.com/en/