Catch this week’s 5-minute interview with Andy Robbins, BloodHound Co-Author, SpectorOps, as he discusses how Neo4j’s graph database was easily adopted amongst a team of previously non-graph users. He also explains how his team used Neo4j to develop an attack/defense graph called Adversary Resilience.
One great quote from the interview:
“If I could go back to the beginning of the BloodHound project, the first thing I’d do is read the documentation better and read everything that Michael Hunger has ever written before I learned the lessons the hard way that he already had documented”
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