• Date: 18/5/2017
  • Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • IT Professionals
  • Information Security Professionals
  • IT Auditors
  • The target audience is broad however; the core thrust of the workshop is to get the attendees to understand the core principles behind threat led penetration testing from a policy and implementation level.
  • This would suite a non-technical audience who have responsibility for internal cyber security programs who want to understand how to position and execute on a threat led penetration test.
  1. Develop an understanding of what Threat Led Penetration Testing (TLPT) is and how it can be applied to test critical systems within an organisation’s environment
  2. Learn more about what a threat landscape is and how this can be applied to a TLPT project
  3. Understand what threat intelligence is and how it can be operationalised within the wider organisations security posture

Threat Led Penetration Testing (TLPT) is the new buzzword within the Threat Intelligence industry with schemes such as the United Kingdom’s CBEST and the Netherlands TIBER programs leading the way for the development of TLPT. What really is TLPT and how do you effectively use it to increase the cyber security of your organisation?

This workshop addresses these issues directly and develops the understanding of TLPT through a combination of short theory lectures and practical sessions.

Focus areas for the training include the differences between the surface, deep and dark web, defining critical functions within an organisation and developing threat actor profiles.

The workshop is aimed at non-technical practitioners who wish to gain an understanding about TLPT, cyber threat intelligence or aspire to run their own TLPT projects in the future.