Cyber attacks don't just happen. You need an attacker who is motivated, has infrastructure, seeks resourcing and performs reconnaissance. And all this happens before the attack. Ironically, most security vendors focus on blocking or identifying activity at the point of attack. But what if you could identify attacks during development, during the hacker supply chain?
Clear and effective visibility into the attack chain would give security teams a dramatic ability to predict attacks, girding before the attack even begins. In this webinar, security researcher Ido Wulkan will help you understand where to look, what to look for and how to do it.
About the Presenter:
Ido has a decade of experience in intelligence research and analysis, focusing on the deep and dark web. Ido served in one of the leading intelligence units of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) as a cyber intelligence analyst, where he gained intimate knowledge of various threat actors and their techniques. Following his service, Ido worked at several intelligence firms as an analyst and team leader, where he expanded his knowledge of cybercrime ecosystems. Ido now leads IntSights’ cyber intelligence analysts team, where he serves as a focal point for all IntSights’ intelligence.