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Improve AWS Cloud Threat Detection and Response - MITRE ATT&CK Framework


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Sponsored by AWS AND SYSDIG

Tuesday, September 28, 2021
3 p.m. ET

As cloud threats continue to rise, understanding an adversary’s tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) is critical to strengthening cloud security. How can you pull together a unified and simple approach to speed up detection and response for security across your AWS cloud workloads?

In this session, we will:

  • Dive into a comprehensive view of the MITRE ATT&CK for Cloud matrix
  • Explore real attack scenarios and best practices to detect them
  • Establish a unified threat detection strategy for containers and cloud services on AWS
  • Share how open source tools like Falco provide IDS capabilities to help you build a more secure cloud
Daniella Pontes
Security Product Marketing Manager - Sysdig
Daniella Pontes is a Security Product Marketing Manager at Sysdig.  Before Sysdig, she held product marketing and product management roles in Silicon Valley’s companies such as Kentik, InfluxData, Qualys, and PGP. She is passionate about technology innovation and its unique ways to enable modern capabilities and address new and old problems. Her areas of experience span security and cloud-native solutions, application and network observability, time-series platforms, and telco networks.

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