When Trends Collide: Hunting Firmware-based IOCs

Hunting Firmware-based IOCs

Wed, June 29, 2022, at 10:30 AM PT/1:30 PM ET

The catchphrase “continuous monitoring” has had a long and checkered life in cybersecurity – loved by some, hated by others, misunderstood by most. NIST defines continuous monitoring as “the ability to maintain ongoing awareness of information security, vulnerabilities, and threats to facilitate risk-based decision making.”

But what do we do when tectonic shifts in technology completely rearrange the landscape we’re trying to monitor? 

Join experts from Eclypsium at 1:30 eastern on June 29, when they share how continuous monitoring efforts in firmware differ from those used in “above the OS” solutions. They’ll also provide examples of critical IOCs to look for at the firmware level, and share a new white paper that applies firmware security practices to the MITRE ATT&CK framework.   


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