The Intrusion Operations class provides students a unique opportunity to learn and implement real-world techniques used by advanced adversaries. An attacker can easily break into an organization by abusing misconfigurations, but the inverse also applies - defenders can easily detect red teams and malicious actors using commodity malware, default indicators, and more. You will learn how to overcome enterprise defenses and hardened infrastructure. You will leverage custom tooling and advanced configurations to break into a simulated corporate network and develop targeted malware profiles to remain undetected. You will leave this class with the skills and tools to develop custom tradecraft for long term persistence.
Chris Truncer Co-Founder and Offensive Security Lead, FortyNorth
Christopher Truncer (@ChrisTruncer) is a co-founder and Offensive Security Lead with FortyNorth Security. He is a co-founder and current developer of the Veil-Framework, a project aimed to bridge the gap between advanced red team and penetration testing toolsets. Chris began developing tools that are not only designed for the offensive community, but can enhance the defensive community's ability to defend their network as well.
Matt Grandy Sr. Offensive Security Engineer, FortyNorth
Matthew Grandy is a senior offensive security engineer with extensive experience leading penetration testing and red team engagements across various industries. He is an offensive security certified expert (OSCE) as well as an offensive security certified professional (OSCP) and contributes regularly to the open source community, as he believes very strongly in elevating the security industry as a whole. Most notably, Matthew has contributed to the C# EyeWitness project as well as created MiddleOut, a C# compression utility. Matthew is also a previous Black Hat and Wild West Hackin' Fest instructor.