Road Show 2022: Washington, D.C.

Join us on October 13, 2022 for the first ever GreyNoise Roadshow! We’ll be traveling around the country to share the best of GreyNoise in a half-day session covering all things Internet Noise.
Washington, D.C.


2:00–2:30 pm - Introduction to Internet Noise

Presented by Andrew Morris, CEO & Founder of GreyNoise

Andrew will share insights and challenges from operating a huge, shifting, adaptive, distributed sensor network listening to internet background noise and opportunistic exploitation traffic over the past five years. He will cover patterns and unexplainable phenomena we’ve experienced and make recommendations to you on how to prepare the next time the cyber hits the fan.

2:30–3:15 pm - Customer/Partner/Community Presentation

[Presenter To Be Revealed]

A word from our biggest fans on how they are using GreyNoise to solve real world security problems. Facilitated by Supriya Mazumdar.

3:15 pm - Break

3:30–5:00 pm - Threat Hunting and Investigation Workshop

Led by Nick Roy & Nathan Thai

You’re working at a sticker company called “Milk Co.” One of your developers leaves a vulnerable dev environment exposed to the internet. Users at the workshop will play the role of the Security Analyst at “Milk Co.” and have to investigate the alert to understand what happened, decide how they can stop additional attacks quickly, and then do additional investigation into indicators that can be used for hunting.

During this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Investigate incidents to understand what happens after an opportunistic attack is successful
  • Build basic detections based on traffic and malware dropped by attacker
  • Understand GreyNoise data and how to operationalize it

Note: We will be offering CPE certificates as an option for workshop attendees.

5:00–7:00 pm - Happy Hour

COVID-19 Health and Safety:

While we look forward to this event, the health and safety of our guests remains our top priority. Please do not attend the event if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sore throat
  • Muscle Aches
  • Headache
  • Chills/Shaking
  • Lost sense of taste/smell
  • Fever greater than 100.4°F

We are currently adhering to all CDC guidelines and DC regulations to ensure the safety of our participants.

Venue details:

The Wharf DC - Dockmaster Building

101 District Square SW
Washington, DC 20024

Centrally situated in the Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area, The Wharf neighborhood is located near two Metro stations which are only a short walk or free Southwest Shuttle ride from the water. Of course, you can always ride your bike or even take the Water Taxi to get here.Driving to The Wharf is not the best option due to frequent special events, traffic congestion, and limited parking. If you can’t avoid driving, check out our nearby off-site parking locations.

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