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Cyber-defense centers on “what” a technology is designed to look for, with capabilities and limitations depending on method. Three distinct approaches have emerged: traditional IOCs, anomaly detection and behavioral analytics. Unfortunately, marketing has muddied these terms beyond recognition—this presentation will correct this by critically examining each approach and its capabilities.

Learning Objectives:
1: Gain understanding of defense detection methodologies.
2: Evaluate the costs and benefits inherent to different detection approaches.
3: Make decisions for the organization relevant to the organization's security needs.

Pre-Requisites:
General knowledge of detection methodology and technologies, awareness of current product types performing threat detection and alerting, and broad knowledge of general security incidents.
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