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Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security

Threat intelligence and digital forensics

Sam Liles - Purdue University

Sep 24, 2014

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Abstract

There are various forms and types of intelligence but this topic isn’t about how smart you are. It is about how smart you are in figuring out the risks and various impacts against your organization. How do you use digital forensics to determine an adversary within the network. Starting with a small primer on the tradecraft of intelligence the discussion covers how threat intelligence to information enterprises is impacted on the tactical, operational, and strategic level.

About the Speaker

Dr. Liles has been in higher education for a decade and is currently an associate professor in the Purdue University Cyberforensics Laboratory where he teaches digital forensic investigation courses. Previously he worked in industry on network security and information management projects worldwide. He served in law enforcement and the military.

Unless otherwise noted, the security seminar is held on Wednesdays at 4:30P.M. STEW G52, West Lafayette Campus. More information...

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