Data Science Liege MEETUP #9 - Cybersecurity & Data Science

The mission of Data Science Liège is to offer a forum, upon which participants can leverage to federate data science initiatives, showcase projects and ideas, call for support and partnerships, disseminate knowledge and stimulate public awareness.

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  • 18:30 Doors opening
  • 19:00 Short talks
  • 20:15 Debate & Wrap-up
  • 20:30 Beers & Networking
  • 21:30 Closing


  • Maxime ALAY-EDDINE

    CEO at Cyberwatch
  • Olivier BUEZ

    Consultant NVISO
  • Axel LEGAY

    Professor at UCLouvain


L’identification de logiciels vulnérables au travers de données CPE   –                   Maxime ALAY-EDDINE

Un exposé sur la pertinence des données dites « CPE » qui permettent d’identifier les logiciels vulnérables, sachant que ces données sont saisies à la main et donc chargées d’erreurs d’inattention qu’il faut corriger derrière. Une demo live sera effectuée !

Where’s Wally? Hands-on Threat Hunting in Elasticsearch using ee-outliers   –   Olivier BUEZ

The collection of millions of endpoint and network events in modern IT environments opens up great opportunities for the security analyst to perform Threat Hunting activities in search of adversary activity. However, the Threat Hunter faces several challenges: how do we create a baseline of “normal” or “expected” activity out of millions (or billions!) of events? How do we deal with false positives? Etc. In this talk, we will introduce a set of common challenges in analyzing huge amounts of security events. Attendees can expect demos and realistic Threat Hunting examples!