CSNF Capture the Flag Kickoff – Sponsored by World Wide Technology, Oracle, and Splunk

Spring 2024

Compete against other SOC practitioners to identify multicloud security threats in several simulated scenarios created using WWT’s Cyber Range. The goal is for participants to discover, in a hands-on environment, the benefits of using ONUG’s open source “Cloud Security Notification Framework” (CSNF) to normalize service provider-specific security notification messages in complex, multicloud threat scenarios.

Participants in the CSNF Capture The Flag Event must attend this kick-off session, in which they will:

  • Meet the other players participating in-person at ONUG Spring 2024
  • Meet key members of the ONUG CSNF project team
  • Participate in a fun round of Cybersecurity Jeopardy
  • Make sure they are able to log into the WWT Cyber Range
  • Review how to utilize CSNF for analyzing security notification messages in Splunk
  • Be briefed on the several simulated scenarios that players will be immersed in
  • Learn where to get help on-site or online when needed during the event

Josh Hammer is a Field CISO with Oracle. In this role, he works with customers to help them build innovative cloud security architectures and strategies that standardize and accelerate the secure adoption of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).  Before returning to Oracle, he was a Security Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services.  In this role, he works closely with various strategic security partners to build cloud-optimized architecture and develop strategies with business development teams.  Before this, he was a Security Architect in the AWS Professional Services organization, where he helped large enterprises adopt AWS.

Dennis Faucher is a Principal Systems Engineer at World Wide Technology. When he is not helping customers move their IT initiatives forward faster and with lower risk, he is raising chickens and robots.

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