Monday, July 01, 2019

Reference: TaoSecurity News

I started speaking publicly about digital security in 2000. I used to provide this information on my Web site, but since I don't keep that page up-to-date anymore, I decided to publish it here.
  • 2017
    • Mr. Bejtlich led a podcast titled Threat Hunting: Past, Present, and Future, in early July 2017. He interviewed four of the original six GE-CIRT incident handlers. The audio is posted on YouTube. Thank you to Sqrrl for making the reunion possible.
    • Mr. Bejtlich's latest book was inducted into the Cybersecurity Canon.
    • Mr. Bejtlich is doing limited security consulting. See this blog post for details.
  • 2016
    • Mr. Bejtlich organized and hosted the Management track (now "Executive track") at the 7th annual Mandiant MIRCon (now "FireEye Cyber Defense Summit") on 29-30 November 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the 2016 Air Force Senior Leaders Orientation Conference at Joint Base Andrews on 29 July 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the FireEye Cyber Defense Live Tokyo event in Tokyo on 12 July 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the New Zealand Cyber Security Summit in Auckland on 6 May 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the Lexpo Summit in Amsterdam on 21 April 2016. Video posted here.
    • Mr. Bejtlich discussed cyber security campaigns at the 2016 War Studies Cumberland Lodge Conference near London on 30 March 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered a guest lecture to the Wilson Center Congressional Cybersecurity Lab on 5 February 2016.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit on 4 February 2016. Slides and video available.
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught Network Security Monitoring 101 at Black Hat Seattle 2013: 9-10 December 2013 / Seattle, WA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered a guest lecture on digital security at George Washington University on 23 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke about digital security at the Mid-Atlantic CIO Council on 21 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Brookings Institute on 19 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered several guest lectures on digital security at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on 18 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Atlantic Council on 15 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich organized and hosted the Management track at the 4th annual Mandiant MIRCon on 5-6 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Free Thinking Film Festival on 2 November 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered the keynote at the Cyber Ark user conference on 30 October 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research on 21 October 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the national ISSA conference on 10 October 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Politico Cyber 7 event on 8 October 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered the keynote at the BSides August 2013 conference on 14 September 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught Network Security Monitoring 101 at Black Hat USA 2013: 27-28 and 29-30 July 2013 / Las Vegas, NV.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at the Chatham House Cyber Security Conference in London, England on 10 June 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich appeared in the documentary Hacked, first available 7 June 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was interviewed at the Center for National Policy, with video archived, on 15 May 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered a keynote at the IT Web Security Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa on 8 May 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich was a panelist at The George Washington University and US News & World Report Cybersecurity Conference on 26 April 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich testified to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on 21 March 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich testified to the House Committee on Homeland Security on 20 March 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich testified to the Senate Armed Services Committee on 19 March 2013.
    • Mr. Bejtlich shared his thoughts on the APT1 report with the Federalist Society on 12 March 2013. The conference call was recorded as Cybersecurity And the Chinese Hacker Problem - Podcast.
  • 2012
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught TCP/IP Weapons School 3.0 at Black Hat Abu Dhabi 2012: 3-4 Dec / Abu Dhabi, UAE.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a Mandiant breakfast event in Calgary, AB on 28 Nov 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at AppSecUSA in Austin, TX on 26 Oct 2012. The talk Incident Response: Security After Compromise is posted as a video (42 min).
    • Mr. Bejtlich organized and hosted the Management track at the 3rd annual Mandiant MIRCon on 17-18 October 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a SANS event in Baltimore, MD on 5 Oct 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a Mandiant breakfast event in Dallas, TX on 13 Sep 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught TCP/IP Weapons School 3.0 at Black Hat USA 2012: 21-22 and 23-24 Jul / Las Vegas, NV.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught a compressed version of TCP/IP Weapons School 3.0 at a U.S. Cyber Challenge Summer Camp in Ballston, VA on 28 Jun 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich participated on a panel titled Hackers vs Executives at the Forrester conference in Las Vegas on 25 May 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Cyber Security for Executive Leadership: What Every CEO Should Know event in Raleigh, NC on 11 May 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich participated on a panel titled SEC Cyber Security Guidelines: A New Basis for D&O Exposure? at the 8th Annual National Directors & Officers Insurance ExecuSummit in Uncasville, CT on 8 May 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the 2012 National Cyber Crime Conference in Norwood, MA on 30 Apr 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the FOSE conference on a panel discussing new attacks on 4 Apr 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich testified to the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission on 26 Mar 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Air Force Association CyberFutures conference (audio mp3) on 23 Mar 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich delivered the keynote to the IANS Research Mid-Atlantic conference on 21 Mar 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a Mandiant breakfast event with Secretary Michael Chertoff in New York, NY on 15 Mar 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Augusta, GA ISSA chapter on 8 Mar 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich participated on a panel about digital threats at the RSA Executive Security Action Forum on 27 Feb 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a Mandiant breakfast event with Gen (ret.) Michael Hayden in Washington, DC on 22 Feb 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the ShmooCon Epilogue conference on 30 Jan 2012.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at a Mandiant breakfast event with Secretary Michael Chertoff in Houston, TX on 12 Jan 2012.
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 2007
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered a guest lecture on digital security at George Mason University on 29 November 2007.
    • Network Security Operations: 27-29 August 2007 / public 3 day class / Chicago, IL
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force and the Chicago Snort Users Group on 30 and 29 August 2007, respectively.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught Network Security Operations on 21-23 August 2007 / Cincinnati, OH
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught TCP/IP Weapons School (layers 4-7) at USENIX Security 2007: 6-7 August 2007 / Boston, MA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught TCP/IP Weapons School at Black Hat USA 2007: 28-29 and 30-31 July 2007 / Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV.
    • USENIX 2007: 20-22 June 2007 / Network Security Monitoring and TCP/IP Weapons School (Layers 2-3) tutorials / Santa Clara, CA
    • Mr. Bejtlich briefed GFIRST 2007: 25-26 June 2007 / Network Incident Response and Forensics (two half-day tutorials) and Traditional IDS Should Be Dead conference presentation / Orlando, FL
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught TCP/IP Weapons School (Layers 2-3) and briefed Open Source Network Forensics at Techno Security 2007: 5-7 June 2007 / / Myrtle Beach, SC.
    • Mr. Bejtlich briefed Open Source Network Forensics at ISS World Spring 2007: 31 May 2007 / Washington, DC
    • Mr. Bejtlich briefed Network Incident Response and Forensics at AusCERT 2007: 23-24 May 2007 / Gold Coast, Australia.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught Network Security Monitoring: 25 May 2007 / Sydney, Australia.
    • Mr. Bejtlich briefed at CONFIDENCE 2007: 13 May 2007 / Krakow, Poland.
    • Mr. Bejtlich briefed at ShmooCon: 24 March 2007 / Washington, DC; video here.
  • 2006
  • 2005
    • Mr. Bejtlich presented three full-day tutorials at USENIX LISA 2005 in San Diego, CA, from 6-8 December 2005. He taught network security monitoring, incident response, and forensics.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Cisco Fall 2005 System Engineering Security Virtual Team Meeting in San Jose, CA on 10 October 2005.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Net Optics Think Tank at the Hilton Santa Clara in Santa Clara, CA on 21 September 2005. He discussed network forensics, with a preview of material in his next book Real Digital Forensics.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught network security monitoring to security analysts from the Pentagon with Special Ops Security on 23 and 24 August 2005 in Rosslyn, VA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the InfraGard 2005 National Conference on 9 August 05 in Washington, DC on the basics of network forensics.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught a one day course on network incident response, with his forensics book as the background material, at USENIX Security 05 on 1 August 2005 in Baltimore, MD.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught a one day course on network security monitoring, with his NSM book as the background material, at USENIX Security 05 on 31 July 2005 in Baltimore, MD.
    • Mr. Bejtlich offered a guest lecture on digital security at George Washington University on 23 June 2005.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Techno Security 2005 conference on 13 June 2005 in Myrtle Beach, CA. He was invited by Tenable Security to appear at their evening social event.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the Net Optics Think Tank on 18 May 2005 in Sunnyvale, CA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich presented Keeping FreeBSD Up-To-Date and More Tools for Network Security Monitoring at BSDCan 2005 on 13 May 2005.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Pentagon Security Forum on 19 April 2005.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught a one day course on network security monitoring, with his book as the background material, at USENIX 05 on 14 April 2005 in Anaheim, CA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Government Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (GFIRST) on 5 April 2005 in Orlando, FL.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Information Systems Security Association of Northern Virginia (ISSA-NoVA) on 17 February 2005 in Reston, VA.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke at the 2005 DoD Cybercrime Conference on 13 January 2005 in Palm Harbor, FL.
  • 2004
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the DC Systems Administrators Guild (DC-SAGE) on 21 October 2004 about Sguil.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the DC Linux Users Group on 15 September 2004 about Sguil.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the High Technology Crime Investigation Association International Conference and Expo 2004 on 13 September 2004 in Washington, DC about Sguil.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught a one day course on network security monitoring, with his first book as the background material, at USENIX Security 04 on 9 August 2004 in San Diego.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the DC Snort User's Group on 24 Jun 2004 about Sguil.
    • Mr. Bejtlich presented Network Security Monitoring with Sguil (.pdf) at BSDCan on 14 May 2004.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the SANS Local Mentor program in northern Virginia for two hours on 11 May 2004 about NSM using Sguil. Joe Bowling invited him.
    • Mr. Bejtlich gave a lightning talk demo of Sguil at CanSecWest 04 on 22 April 2004.
  • 2003
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke to ISSA-CT about network security monitoring on 9 December 2003.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught Foundstone's Ultimate Hacking Expert class at Black Hat Federal 2003 in Tyson's Corner, 29-30 September 2003.
    • Mr. Bejtlich recorded a second webcast on network security monitoring for SearchSecurity.com. He posted the slides here.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught the first day of Foundstone's Ultimate Hacking Expert class at Black Hat USA 2003 Training in Las Vegas on 28 July 2003.
    • Mr. Bejtlich spoke on 21 July 2003 in Washington, DC at the SANS NIAL conference.
    • Mr. Bejtlich discussed digital security in Toronto on 13 March 2003 and in Washington, DC on Tuesday, 25 March 2003 at the request of Watchguard.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught days four, five, and six of the SANS intrusion detection track in San Antonio, Texas from 28-30 January 2003.
  • 2002
    • Mr. Bejtlich recorded a webcast on network security monitoring (PDF slides) with his friend Bamm Visscher for SearchSecurity.com and answered questions submitted by listeners. A SearchSecurity editor commented on the talk as well.
    • Mr. Bejtlich helped teach Foundstone's Ultimate Hacking class at Black Hat USA 2002 Training in Las Vegas on 29-30 July 2002.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught days one, two, and three of the SANS intrusion detection track in San Antonio, Texas from 15-17 July 2002.
    • Mr. Bejtlich taught day four of the SANS intrusion detection track in Toronto, Ontario on 16 May 2002.
    • On 11 April 2002 Mr. Bejtlich briefed the South Texas ISSA chapter on Snort.
    • Mr. Bejtlich helped teach day four of the SANS intrusion detection track in San Antonio, Texas on 14 March 2002 after Marty Roesch was unable to teach the class.
  • 2000-2001
    • On 24-25 October 2001 Mr. Bejtlich spoke to the Houston InfraGard chapter at their 2001 conference.
    • In August and September 2001 Mr. Bejtlich briefed analysts at the AFCERT on Interpreting Network Traffic.
    • On 19 October 2000 Mr. Bejtlich was invited back to speak at the SANS Network Security 2000 Technical Conference.
    • During 14-16 August 2000 Mr. Bejtlich participated in the Cyber Summit 2000 sponsored by the Air Intelligence Agency. Mr. Bejtlich was a captain in the AFCERT. You will find him in the middle of this picture.
    • In June 2000 Mr. Bejtlich signed a letter protesting the Council of Europe draft treaty on Crime in Cyberspace.
    • In June 2000 Mr. Bejtlich briefed FIRST on third party effects. This predated CAIDA's 2001 USENIX "backscatter" paper.
    • On 25 March 2000 Mr. Bejtlich presented Interpreting Network Traffic: A Network Intrusion Detector's Look at Suspicious Events at the SANS 2000 Technical Conference.

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