p0wnage and Detections: 2015 Edition

Wednesday, April 20 | 9:00AM–10:00AM | Fifth Avenue Room, Grand Level, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
The fourth installment of our p0wnage and detection presentation will provide in-depth analysis of several security incidents from the past year. This analysis will showcase the intrusion detection and incident response techniques used at Berkeley Lab. We will highlight several incidents and dig into the attack vendor, detection, and damage. As part of the analysis, we will discuss our observation of trends and discuss how these incidents provide a basis for attack modeling and the design of new methods for security monitoring and response.

OUTCOMES: Communicate actual security threats facing an open research network * Understand how and why security systems fail to catch some attacks * Learn about the tools and techniques needed to do incident response


  • Jay Krous

    Cyber Security, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Vincent Stoffer

    Sr. Director, Product Management, Corelight Inc