UK Cyber Threat Briefing | Anomali

UK Cyber Threat Briefing
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
11am to 12:30pm BST

About The Event

Learn about emerging threats and innovative threat intelligence strategies with Anomali, Intel 471, and Silobreaker. This virtual threat briefing will bring the community together to discuss threat intelligence challenges, requirements, and best practices. Industry experts and threat intelligence thought-leaders will provide briefings on today’s threat landscape, the adversaries UK organizations are faced with, and their attack techniques.

Who Should Attend

This session is intended for both CXO and Sr. Technical Staff. Anticipate walking away from the virtual briefing with tangible information for your teams to research within your own environment.

Lunch is on us!

Attend the event to receive a £20 Just Eat takeaway eGift card! Attendees must be pre-registered for the event and watch a minimum of one breakout session (or 25-minute equivalent) to qualify. Recipients will receive a gift card to their registered email address following the event. No more than one gift card may be earned per attendee.

Agenda

11:00amOpening Remarks
11:05amKnow the Enemy
11:30amBreak
11:35amHow Ransomware-as-a-Service is Re-Shaping the Underground
12:00pmBreak
12:05pmMonitoring Threats to Areas of Operation
12:30pmClose

Sessions

Know the Enemy

Andrew De Lange, Senior Solutions Consultant EMEA, Anomali
The days of being blind to the ‘who’, ‘how’ and ‘why’, in incident response operations are over. Intelligence on adversaries and their attack techniques enable security teams to respond and often predict what is happening. Responders require situational awareness to defend their organizations based not only on intelligence on their adversaries but also on how well they know themselves.

How Ransomware-as-a-Service is Re-Shaping the Underground

Maurits Lucas, Director of Intelligence Solutions, Intel 471
Take a closer look at recent activities by a ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) operator and how the appearance of these services is driving innovation and new ways of collaborating in the cyber underground. With blogs and press releases detailing their achievements, RaaS operators are a new conduit for threat actors to monetise the fruits of their labour and serve as focal points for existing but hitherto difficult to monetise activities. Understanding of these newly forged value chains helps organisations reduce the risk of falling victim to ransomware attacks.

Monitoring Threats to Areas of Operation

Max Mansson, Client Director-UK & Europe, Silobreaker
Many organisations have offices, assets or partners around the world, often in locations that have different risk profiles. Using technology to analyse unstructured web data in multiple languages can maintain visibility into issues that could compromise business processes or security.

Sponsors

  • Anomali
  • Intel 471
  • Silobreaker

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