What’s it about?

3. Delivery: Transmission of the attack to the intended victim(s)

SANS.org https://www.sans.org/security-awareness-training/blog/applying-security-awareness-cyber-kill-chain

What’s the Cyber Kill Chain?

The Cyber Kill Chain is the flow of actions an attacker may make in order to seize an asset or wreak destruction on a system.

In the lab, we will be focusing on the Delivery phase.

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Where to get tickets?

Acquisition Lab & AD Security

Thursday, Nov 28, 2019, 6:00 PM

109 Members Attending

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Schedule:

When: Thursday 28th November 2019

Arrival networking: 6:00-6:30
Intro from LLHS: 6:30 – 6:40
Cyberteam talk time: 6:40 – 7
Lab: This one will be ran by Bibi Sanjarani (An LLHS member)
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Where:

2nd Floor, 10 Bloomsbury Way , London WC1A 2SL

About the Organisers:

Ladies of London Hacking Society

LLHS Ladies of London Hacking Society

London, GB
1,048 Members

An offensive & defensive technical security meetup for women.Women centric not women exclusive, Men who want to give a talk, run a workshop, or hold a lab are welcome to cont…

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Sponsors

Event sponsored by Cyber team. Labs provided by Immersive Labs.

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When?

Tuesday 10th September 2019

Venue

WorldPay, The Walbrook, Walbrook, London EC4N 8AF

How do I get a ticket?

https://www.meetup.com/London-Women-in-AppSec-WIA-Meetup-Group/events/264222349/

About the organisers

The purpose of Women in AppSec (WIA) Committee is to develop leadership, promote active membership and participation, and contributions by women in application security professional communities, globally and locally. You are welcome to join our global WIA Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/womeninappsec/

The Women in AppSec program is for anyone who believes that diversity is important to the success of the organization, as well as for women looking to learn more about AppSec or who want to make career connections with like-minded colleagues. This includes female undergraduate and graduate students, instructors, and professionals who are dedicated to information security or application development.

OWASP (The Open Web Application Security Project) is a worldwide not-for-profit organisation focused on improving the security of software. With over 200 local Chapters worldwide and 45,000+ volunteers OWASP’s open community is dedicated to enabling organisations and individuals to develop and maintain applications that can be trusted. OWASP’s meet-ups, tools, standards, guidelines, documents and forums are free and open to anyone interested in improving application security.