ISACA Boise has partnered with Compunet to offer a free Red vs. Blue Workshop on Friday, February 9th. This offer is being offered to Boise ISACA members and seating is limited. Compunet will compile the registrations. If we exceed the allotted seats, they may offer and additional afternoon session.
Limited Space Available
CompuNet’s Red vs Blue Competition Workshop
Have you ever detected an attack while it was happening? Have you ever been the attacker? Red versus Blue is a hands-on workshop where participants experience security attacks from the perspective of an attacker and a defender.
Join us for our security competition Red vs Blue.This workshop allows participants to experience security attacks from the perspective of an attacker and a defender.
As a Blue Team participant, you’ll be monitoring a live environment looking for anomalous behaviors. It will be your job to identify the breach and make recommendations for remediation. Blue team players will get hands-on experience using tools for attack detection.
Red Team participants will receive a playbook with step-by-step instructions for a series of attacks against the Blue Team. All Red Team tools are included with Kali Linux.
This event is designed for players of all abilities.
What to bring: A laptop capable of booting Kali Linux is required.
The Boise Chapter of ISACA is starting a COBIT 5 User Group. COBIT 5 is ISACA’s framework to help organizations govern and manage enterprise IT. What makes COBIT 5 so unique is it is an umbrella framework that leverages other compliance and operational frameworks. Such framework areas as Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance, PCI, HIPAA, service management, and project management fit very well under the umbrella. The Boise chapter wants to set up a user group that will meet every other month for an hour or two to share ideas, best practices, and learnings on implementing COBIT 5. We encourage IT executives, managers and professionals to participate in this user group forum.
Please contact John Stiffler at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending the user group meetings. Once we have 7 to 10 interested individuals, we will schedule our first user group session.