The iJC3, in collaboration with SLAC and Los Alamos National Laboratories, are pleased to host this Cyber Inferno event. The Cyber Inferno is an immersive training exercise where participants test their skill levels in incident coordination, host forensics, network archaeology, and malware analysis. Over several days, teams will analyze the incident data, present their finding, and receive feedback on their performance.
What to bring:
A computer with your favorite incident response and forensics tools.
About the event:
Participants will be broken up into three teams, network archeology, malware analysis, and host forensics, along with a daily volunteer from the attendees serving as the incident coordinator, to re-work a prior DOE incident. Participants start with the initial indicator and piece of evidence collected and work as one large team to solve the incident. Event staff serve as mock IT, giving out other collected evidence when asked, mock counterintelligence, giving bad indicators to keep the group progressing, and as general computer security experts giving other tips and tricks as needed.