DFIR “Hunt Evil: Lateral Movement” Poster – Side 2
During incident response and threat hunting, it is critical to understand how attackers move around your network. Lateral movement is an inescapable requirement for attackers to stealthily move from system to system and accomplish their objectives. Every adversary, including the most skilled, will use some form of lateral movement technique described here during a breach. Understanding lateral movement tools and techniques allows responders to hunt more efficiently, quickly perform incident response scoping, and better anticipate future attacker activity.
Created by FOR500 Windows Forensics Analysis and FOR508 Advanced Digital Forensics, Incident Response & Threat Hunting course author and SANS Chief Curriculum Director and Faculty Lead, Rob Lee and Principal Instructor Mike Pilkington, with support from the SANS DFIR Faculty.
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