At the last meeting of the New Hampshire chapter of ISSA the subject turned to Advanced Threats (APT, SMT, etc). This was driven mostly by the RSA announcement of their breach that happened just prior to the meeting. I was asked to put something together to share at the next meeting. Most of the presentation focuses on what kinds of things you should be paying attention to on your hosts and networks, the tools and infrastructure that will help in detection and some tips on what organizations can do to make it harder for the bad guys. This information is out there in public sources but is difficult to piece together.
You do not have to be a member of ISSA International or the NH chapter to attend. It’s a good opportunity to network with your peers in other area organizations. Tonight’s meeting is at the Manchester Public Library at 405 Pins Street. Directions can be found here