There is a lot of great advice out there in the Information Security space on how to secure your network, be it either through prevention, detection or response techniques- and there is also a lot of misguided advice as well. Recently I made a comment on some misguided opinions about the Kill Chain and was asked if I would be interested in authoring an article to explain my viewpoint- you can find that article on Dark Reading here.
Additionally, I always like to provide some concrete examples and material that can be taken back and used in an organization, but some of the material was left out due to length restrictions. I have posted KillChainSlides in the hopes that it helps; it’s not much, just a couple of slides I remade that you can also see in a talk I gave at RVASec in 2013. As an added note, David Bianco put the original slides together while at GE- he has a ton of great material on his website you should check out.