Event Date: May 28, 2020
Hosted By: Splunk & Carahsoft
Participants joined Splunk and Carahsoft for our DoD Hawaii Boss of the SOC (BOTS), a blue-team capture the flag-esque competition hosted by Splunk. During the BOTS competition, teams used their Splunk and security knowledge to compete against their peers for respect, bragging rights, and the title of Boss of the SOC. Attendees gained a stronger and more realistic understanding of their strengths regarding incident investigations. In addition, the results highlighted areas for further training and education.
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