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Rhett Greenhagen to Present at ACoD 2020

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Bishop Fox Senior Security Associate Rhett Greenhagen will be presenting at Art Into Science this month. See details on his talk below.

Building Art from Noisy Data: Why Noise Is Important


In any security operations center, there are many logs; sorting through them all is nearly a Herculean task. There’s so much noise that comes through – it can be overwhelming and distracting. But before you discard that noise and move on with your workday, realize that it actually has importance. That noise may contain useful patterns about possible security threats.

In this talk, I’ll show you how you can combine art and science to siphon useful information from noise that comes through your logs. Hacking and manipulation are art forms in themselves, and using the science of graphing software and machine learning, you can ensure your work going forward is much more comprehensive.


About the speaker, Rhett Greenhagen

Senior Security Associate

Rhett Greenhagen was a Senior Security Associate at Bishop Fox, where he served as a member of the research and development team. Rhett has over a decade of red teaming and network security experience. His focuses encompass open source intelligence, cyber counterintelligence, profiling, exploitation, and malware analysis in addition to technical research and development. An accomplished speaker, Rhett has spoken at numerous conferences, such as Black Hat USA and DEF CON on a variety of security and related topics.

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