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                Tools and Techniques for Threat Research and Hunting

                The best approach to threat intelligence gathering is through botnet emulation and threat modeling

                Episode 8:  Tools and Techniques for Threat Research and Hunting
                Date: October 8, 2020
                Guest: Secureworks’ Incident Response Consultant Ryan Cobb and Senior Security Researcher Keith Jarvis.
                Total Playtime: 31:27

                When it comes to cybersecurity, the best in the business make every minute count and know that the value from threat intelligence and threat hunting is in relation to the assets you are trying to protect. Threat researchers should get the intelligence they need through botnet emulation, then connect intelligence and threat hunting through threat modeling in order to spend their time in a way that makes the most difference. And no one knows how to do threat hunting and botnet emulation better than Secureworks’ Incident Response Consultant Ryan Cobb and Senior Security Researcher Keith Jarvis.

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