Red Team Blue Team Exercise: How to Think Like a Hacker
April 6th - 1 to 5 pm (Lunch/Setup Networking 12 - 1)
This is a hands-on workshop where you will put into practice those things you may have read about or covered in a class. Our workshops are intended for you to leave with working knowledge of the topic, whether you'll be taking it back to the office or if you're applying for a new job. This is also a great opportunity to meet other like-minded women and to keep your skills fresh if you're a veteran! You will also earn continuing education credits towards your certification renewal.
Level 100 courses are designed for students with little to no previous IT Security experience, or no experience in the topic(s) being covered. These courses are meant to be introductory level, or provide the training for entry level certifications.
Level 200 courses are designed for students with some security experience, looking to advance or learn in new topics. *Even if you don't have experience you can still learn alot of new things!! So sign up!
Level 300 courses are designed to offer expert level courses and training on specific topics. Typically, a general understanding and knowledge of the topic being presented is an expected prerequisite.
**No one is excluded from attending a course at a level higher than their current experience. However, the course will move at the pace designed for the level of the course.
Where do I fit? See full description here https://womenscyberjutsu.org/TRAIN
In this hands-on workshop, we will follow the steps of an attack from a red team perspective and consider how to remediate the actions for each phase from a blue team perspective.
Objectives – What You Will Leave Knowing
- Knowledge of the five phases of an attack: Recon, Scanning, Gaining Access, Maintaining Access, Covering Tracks.
- How to use Kali Linux to gain access to a remote host.
- How to defend against certain types of attacks.
- Knowledge related to the EC-Council CEH certification.
- Knowledge related to the CompTIA PenTest+ certification
Marcelle Lee is a threat researcher with WhiteOps, an adjunct professor in digital forensics and network security, and she also provides security consulting and training services through her company, Fractal Security Group, LLC. She specializes in network traffic analysis, malware analysis, phishing, and threat hunting. She is involved with many industry organizations, working groups, and boards, including the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, the NIST Cyber Competitions Working Group, and the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland Advisory Board. She also both builds and participates in cyber competitions, and shares her work through her Github site, https://marcellelee.github.io/. Marcelle has earned the CISSP, CSX-P, GCFA, GCIA, GCIH, GPEN, GISF, GSEC, GCCC, C|EH, CCNA, PenTest+, Security+, Network+, and ACE industry certifications. She holds four degrees, including a master’s degree in cybersecurity. She has received the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council Women in Tech (WIT) Award and the Volunteer of the Year award from the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu. Marcelle frequently presents at conferences and training events, and is an active volunteer in the cybersecurity community. Social Media: www.linkedin.com/in/marcelleleewww.twitter.com/marcelle_fsg
Prerequisites – What You’re Expected to Know
A basic understanding of offensive and defensive cybersecurity tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
12-1: Set-up, introductions, and lunch (included, for onsite attendees only)
1-4: Training (Please note that this will be active workshop time - if you have not completed set-up it will be challenging to follow.)
4-5: Wrap-up, Q&A
Laptop with virtualization capability and at least 4 GB of RAM (8 GB preferred)
VirtualBox VM player
Kali Linux (note that there is a prebuilt version for VirtualBox available on the Kali site)
You can still participate in this workshop as an observer if you do not have a computer available.
Remote and Male Associate Member Participation:
Once registered, you'll receive the meeting participation info by email the day before the workshop. Expect to join 15-30 minutes prior to test your technical configurations. It’s recommended that you have a 2nd monitor to view the screen-sharing.
Full/Student/Military Member: $110 Early Bird Discount-30% ends March 15
Associate Member and Remote Attendee: $35
Non-Member: $165 Early Bird Discount-30% ends March 15
UMD - Additional Details will be provided closer to the date.
WE ONLY HAVE ROOM FOR 20 ONSITE, SO REGISTER EARLY!
Free Parking. Metro accessible