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Saturday, August 22 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Automating Threat Hunting on the Dark Web and other nitty-gritty things

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What's the hype with the dark web? Why are security researchers focusing more on the dark web? How to perform threat hunting on the dark web? Can it be automated? If you are curious about the answers to these questions, then this talk is for you. Dark web hosts several sites where criminals buy, sell, and trade goods and services like drugs, weapons, exploits, etc. Hunting on the dark web can help identify, profile, and mitigate any organization risks if done timely and appropriately. This is why threat intelligence obtained from the dark web can be crucial for any organization. In this presentation, you will learn why threat hunting on the dark web is necessary, different methodologies to perform hunting, the process after hunting, and how hunted data is analyzed. The main focus of this talk will be automating the threat hunting on the dark web. You will also get to know what operational security (OpSec) is and why it is essential while performing hunting on the dark web and how you can employ it in your daily life.

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avatar for Apurv Singh Gautam

Apurv Singh Gautam

Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology
Apurv Singh Gautam is pursuing his Master's in Cybersecurity from Georgia Tech. He commenced work in Threat Intel/Hunting 2 years ago. He worked on hunting threats from both clear web and dark web throughout his professional career and is also involved in performing HUMINT on the... Read More →


Saturday August 22, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm PDT
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