2021-06-12, 10:00–10:45, Track 3
This talk picks up after your first successful Purple Team Exercise is complete and teaches you how to continue maturing and improving your security program by operationalizing the collaboration between your security teams (Cyber Threat Intelligence, Red Team, and Blue Team). From testing new TTPs to Detection Engineering and showing value.
Congratulations, you recently completed a successful, high-value Purple Team Exercise in your organization! Your Cyber Threat Intelligence team identified an adversary that has the capability, internet, and opportunity to attack your organization and provided those adversary behaviors to the red team. The red team emulated those same tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) in your production environment while the Blue Team watched and learned how the attack works. Then the blue team showed everyone how they identify those adversary behaviors and follow their response process to quickly mitigate the threat. All your security teams collaborated and efficiently tested, measured, and improved your people, process, and technology! A month has passed, what happens next?
This talk picks up after your first successful Purple Team Exercise is complete and teaches you how to continue maturing and improving your security program by operationalizing the collaboration between your security teams (Cyber Threat Intelligence, Red Team, and Blue Team). You don’t have to wait for the next scheduled, formal exercise to continue testing your people, process, and technology. You can leverage new Cyber Threat Intelligence and collaborate with your team to test new TTPs through a process called Detection Engineering.
Jorge Orchilles is the Chief Technology Officer of SCYTHE and co-creator of the C2 Matrix project and author of the Purple Team Exercise Framework. He is a SANS Certified Instructor and the author of Security 564: Red Team Exercises and Adversary Emulation. He was a founding member of MITRE Engenuity Center of Threat-Informed Defense. He is a Fellow at the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and National Security Institute. Prior, Jorge led the offensive security team at Citi for over 10 years.
He also co-authored Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) and A Framework for the Regulatory Use of Penetration Testing in the Financial Services Industry, and author of Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator’s Reference. Jorge holds post-graduate degrees from Stanford and Florida International University in Advanced Computer Security & Master of Science. Jorge speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese, in decreasing levels of fluency.