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  1. What's new in this club
  2. it uses detctionlab style install scripts 🙂
  3. Nice one. I hope it get setup easily not like Detectionlab
  4. to kick off with - has anyone played with this packer+vagrant+cuckoo ? https://github.com/nbeede/BoomBox
  5. +1 for Applied Network Security Monitoring by Chris Sanders
  6. Would also add as an intro to the subject: Applied Network Security Monitoring by Chris Sanders Network Security through Data Analysis by Michael Collins A bit more advanced but ageing a bit now: Mastering Windows Network Investigation and Forensics by Steve Anson, Steve Bunting, Ryan Johnson, Scott Pearson.
  7. How to lie with Statistics - http://www.rpca.ac.th/images/e-Book/HowToLieWithStatistics.pdf
  8. A nice quick reference / cheat sheet style book: Blue Team Field Manual (BTFM)
  9. Some not so well known ones - Facing Cyber Threats Head On - Brian Minick The Art of Monitoring - James Turnbull (this is ops monitoring not sec monitoring but system health is essential to reliable sec monitoring) Effective Threat Intelligence - James Dietle Data Driven Computer Defense - Roger Grimes The Practice of NSM - Richard Bejtlich Data-Driven Security: Analysis, Visualization and Dashboards - Bob Rudis and Jay Jacobs Defensive Security Handbook - Brotherston & Berlin
  10. Blue Team Handbook - Incident Response Edition --- It's a little old fashioned, but it covers the basics well. If your blue teamers are using some big data toolsets - Network Security through Data Analysis by O'Reily is pretty good.
  11. Oooh, I just posted a blog on this (kinda). It was focused on quick reads for newcomers, but check out http://blueteamhackers.com/2019/07/30/the-start-of-a-journey/
  12. Could anyone suggest a must read books for Blue team members?
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