Four Reasons Why You Shouldn't Miss the GreyNoise "Stop Chasing Ghosts" Road Show

GreyNoise Intelligence, the cybersecurity company analyzing internet scanning traffic to separate threats from background noise, today announced that registration has opened for its "Stop Chasing Ghosts" Road Show, to be held in six cities throughout the United States in the month of October 2022:

  • New York City (Midtown) - October 11th
  • Washington, DC (The Wharf) - October 13th
  • Silicon Valley, CA (Mountain View) - October 26th
  • San Francisco, CA (Mission Bay) - October 27th
  • Atlanta, GA (Buckhead) - November 2nd
  • Chicago, IL (near Millennium Park) - November 8th

"As the primary source for understanding internet noise, GreyNoise is going on the road to educate cybersecurity teams about better ways to utilize threat intelligence data," said Andrew Morris, Founder and CEO, GreyNoise Intelligence. "Our workshop series is called ‘Stop Chasing Ghosts' because it is dedicated to helping security teams focus on legitimate cybersecurity threats, rather than wasting time investigating irrelevant alerts."

The GreyNoise "Stop Chasing Ghosts" Road Show is designed to help security teams learn to quickly identify threats, prioritize alerts, and pinpoint trending internet attacks targeting specific vulnerabilities and CVEs. Here are four key things you will learn how to do in this half day workshop:

  1. Investigate incidents, to understand what happens after an opportunistic attack is successful
  2. Build basic detections based on traffic and malware dropped by attacker
  3. Understand GreyNoise data and how to operationalize it
  4. Prepare for the next time the cyber hits the fan

To see the agenda and register for the GreyNoise "Stop Chasing Ghosts" Roadshow, please visit

About GreyNoise Intelligence

GreyNoise is THE source for understanding internet noise. We collect, analyze and label data on IPs that saturate security tools with noise. This unique perspective helps analysts waste less time on irrelevant or harmless activity, and spend more time focused on targeted and emerging threats. GreyNoise is trusted by Global 2000 enterprises, government organizations, top security vendors and tens of thousands of threat researchers. For more information, please visit, and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.