Notebooks are gaining popularity in InfoSec. Used interactively for investigations and hunting or as scheduled processing jobs, notebooks offer plenty of advantages over traditional security operations center (SOC) tools. Sitting somewhere between scripting/macros and a full-blown development environment, they offer easy entry to data analyses and visualizations that are key to modern SOC engagements.
Join our community of analysts and engineers at the third annual InfoSec Jupyterthon 2022, where you’ll meet and engage with security practitioners using notebooks in their daily work. This is an online event taking place on December 2 and 3, 2022. It is organized by our friends at Open Threat Research, together with folks from Microsoft Security research teams and the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC).
Although this is not a Microsoft event, our Microsoft Security teams are delighted to be involved in helping organize it and deliver talks. Registration is free and it will be streamed on YouTube Live both days from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Time. We’ll also have a dedicated Discord channel for discussions and session Q&A.
Do you have a cool notebook or some interesting techniques or technology to talk about? There are still openings for talks and mini talks (30-minute, 15-minute, and 5-minute sessions). Submit your proposal here.
For more information, visit the InfoSec Jupyterthon page at: https://infosecjupyterthon.com
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Source: Microsoft Security