MITRE ATT&CKcon Power Hour

MITRE ATT&CKcon Power Hour is a series of monthly virtual sessions featuring expert speakers share key insights from their work with MITRE ATT&CK®—all in a series of quick power presentations. It’s the same great people and content you’ve come to love from ATT&CKcon packed into 90 fun, fast minutes.

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Our upcoming sessions and speakers

November 12 at 1pm ET

Mapping the EventBot Mobile Banking Trojan with MITRE ATT&CK for Mobile
Allie Mellen, Security Strategist, Office of the CSO Cybereason

ATT&CKing the Cloud: Hopping between the Matrices
Anthony Randazzo, Global Response Lead, Expel

Building Detections for Cloud with KQL and ATT&CK
Nitya Garg, Information Security Engineer, LinkedIn

What’s a MITRE with your Security
Matt Snyder, Senior Threat Analytics Engineer, VMware

Putting the PRE into ATT&CK
Jamie Williams and Mike Hartley, MITRE

December 11 at 1pm ET
Registration opens mid-November

Helping Small Companies Leverage CTI with an Open Source Threat Mapping
Valentina Palacín, Sr. Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst

From Theory to Practice: How my ATT&CK Perspectives Have Changed
Katie Nickels, Director of Intelligence, Red Canary

Sharpening Your Threat Hunting Program with ATT&CK Framework
Hieu Tran,  Detection team Lead, FPT Cybersecurity Division

Using ATT&CK to Create Cyber DBTS for Nuclear Power Plants
Jacob Benjamin, Principal Industrial Consultant Dragos, INL, & University of Idaho

January 14 at 1pm ET
Registration opens mid-December

Measure What Matters: How to use MITRE ATT&ACK® to do the Right Things in the Right Order
Daniel Wyleczuk-Stern, Senior Security Engineer, Snowflake

ATT&CKers Think in Graphs
Valentine Mairet, Security Researcher, McAfee

ATT&CK-Onomics: Exploring The Economics Behind Techniques Used By Adversaries
Gert-Jan Bruggink, Defensive Specialist, FalconForce

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