Operating from the belief that insight is powerful, our foremost security researchers will give you a window in the world of threat actors and their tradecraft. Our upcoming webcast will sharpen your understanding of the methods and tools used by threat actors as well as raise your security IQ. This series is based upon the belief that if you understand the nature of the threat, you will know how to counter it more efficiently and effectively.
Joe Stewart and Pat Litke, Senior Security Researchers from the Counter Threat Unit (CTU), will discuss how threat actors are launching attacks mining bitcoin and digital currency not seen before. They will review how the scheme was uncovered as well as how the actor was thwarted. User traffic destined to 51 networks from 19 different Internet service providers was hijacked. Dr. Brett Stone-Gross, Senior Security Researcher, will present a malware family that is using digital steganography to hide information in image files. He will discuss the use of digital steganography and how it can make detection significantly more difficult.
In this webcast, you will:
- Gain insight on new and innovative strategies cyber criminals are using
- Practical tips on how to look at the problem
- Sharpen your ‘security street smarts’ and strengthen your security posture