Security Leaders Chris Krebs, Dmitri Alperovitch and Mark Russinovich among the protagonists of the researches of SentinelLabs, Mandiant, Sophos, Nvidia, Binarly and Cisco Talos to start a new course towards collaboration in the field of cybersecurity
SentinelOne, provider of a cybersecurity platform with autonomous response capabilities, inaugurated LABScon, a conference dedicated to advances in cybersecurity research for the benefit of collective digital defense. The event, which took place September 21-24 in Phoenix, Arizona, featured new research conducted by cybersecurity experts along with in-depth studies by leading research teams.
"The goal of LABScon is to provide a basis for collaboration and the creation of a community in the field of advanced security", said Migo Kedem, VP Growth at SentinelOne and Head of SentinelLabs. “We are proud to be able to bring together the cybersecurity community - researchers, vendors and professionals - to enhance collective knowledge of the security industry. Only through sharing and collaboration can cybersecurity evolve ".
LABScon saw the presence of prominent speakers and world-renowned researchers who addressed today's most important issues related to information security. The main interventions of the conference include:
- Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure, described the birth of its malware analysis toolkit, which transformed malware analysis and forensic investigations
- Dmitri Alperovitch, Executive Chairman of the Silverado Policy Accelerator and co-founder and former CTO of CrowdStrike, spoke about cyber warfare and effective policies
- Morgan Adamski, director of the NSA's Cyber Collaboration Center, presented "Operational Collaboration: The Realities of Success".
- Chris Krebs, first director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and partner of Krebs Stamos Group, shared his perspectives on cybersecurity and public administrations.
- M.J. Emanuel, Incident Response Analyst of CISA, he investigated the recent cyber attacks that have targeted satellite communications and critical infrastructures.
- Mauro Vignati, of the International Red Cross, analyzed the problem of the dividing line between soldiers and digital collaborators in war.
- Thomas Rid, professor of strategic studies and founder of the Alperovitch Institute for Cybersecurity Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS, he illustrated new cybersecurity research
- Kim Zetter, a world-renowned author in the field of cybersecurity, organized a chat session and shared his perspectives on the cyberwar.
- Kris McConkey, PwC's Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Practice Lead, released research describing new activities of Chinese advanced persistent threat (APT) groups
- Mandiant, Sophos, Volexity, BlackLotus, PwC e Binarly released new research and vulnerabilities on APT threats
- SentinelLabs presented “Metador,” SentinelLabs' most ambitious research on cyber threats (APT).
The LABScon conference was organized by SentinelLabs, a team of world-class security researchers who identify critical vulnerabilities, new attack vectors, malware strains and threat actors. The event was sponsored by Stairwell, Luta Security, Cisco Talos, GreyNoise, HP Wolf Security, Aesir, Binarly, Team Cymru and ReversingLabs.
For more information visit the website: https://www.sentinelone.com/labs/ .