"Hunting the Bad Guys: Using OSINT, Social Media & other tools within Splunk"

Apr 18, 2018 · Arlington, United States of America

Title: "Hunting the bad guys with all we can – Using Open Source Intelligence, Social Media and other tools to enrich Splunk deployments."

Abstract: Jake’s been using Splunk to support the mission, hunt international threat actors, and ultimately protect his customers’ networks for the last 20 years. Jake brings a wealth of knowledge using innovative techniques and pivoting off uncommon fields to find evil in Splunk. In this presentation, Jake will run through a few interesting techniques to hunt using Open Source Intelligence information to enrich Splunk queries. Not only will Jake talk about these subjects, but paying homage to the demo gods, Jake will demo some of these techniques so you can see how the data can be leveraged in Splunk to further support your mission, or protect your company. Areas to be covered include ‘iplocation’, Twitter ingestion for intelligence, and interesting ideas around Shodan and Censys.

Bio: Jake Babbin currently works for a company performing Splunk Engineering solutions. With over 15 years of broad security experiences across multiple agencies and organizations focusing on the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and Federal Law Enforcement, Jake brings a breadth of experience to our customers. He is a published author and contributor, frequent speaker at security conferences, and is the holder of a National Security Trademark for something we can¹t ask him about.

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  • Splunk > WashDC User Group

    This is an interactive meetup for Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland users, enthusiasts and explorers of Splunk. Splunk is used for application management, security and compliance, as well as business and web analytics. Members will be able to network with peers, learn best practices and better understand how Splunk solves real world data intelligence problems across the enterprise. We'll aim to regularly share use cases that showcase how machine data can be used to drive business decision ma

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