2019-05-17, 15:30–16:30, Conf 1
Distinctions between advantages and disadvantages are based on context, and with a strong narrative, context can be created.
We shape our world with stories, and with these stories we define our universe. Despite all the advancements in technology, humanity's ability to accurately predict future events is regressing. Why is this happening? Short answer: the narrative.
A strong narrative creates context for the seemingly impossible – red teamers can blend in with network traffic, social engineers can walk into restricted buildings, and security professionals can overcome the imposter syndrome. During this talk, I'll define behavioral heuristic fundamentals and use personal stories to illustrate the impact narration has on adversary simulation activities, developing a career in security, and my perception of myself.
Kelly is an operator at SpecterOps. She has several years of experience improving the security posture of Fortune 500 companies through adversary simulation and detection activities. Since graduating from the University of Miami School of Business Administration, Kelly has informally continued her studies in behavioral science and economics, and she enjoys applying her abstract ideas to red team operations.