Curt Wilson, Senior Research Analyst, Arbor's Security Engineering and Response Team and Jennifer Glenn, Product Marketing
As additional details on the Target breach - and other retail attacks - leak out, we see that Point of Sale (POS) malware continues to be a significant threat. There are several attack methodologies at play and many forms of new malware, including Dexter, Project Hook, Alina, BlackPoS/Kartoxa, JackPoS, VSkimmer and others. All continue to compromise organizations large and small. In this webinar, Curt Wilson, Senior Research Analyst for Arbor's Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT) will explore a newly discovered POS attacker’s toolkit, as well as the structure and behavior of typical POS malware and key indicators of compromise.
Additionally, this talk will review a survey of observed POS infrastructure vulnerabilities that include well-known and lesser- known POS threats that continue to evolve. Attendees should leave with an expanded sense of the threat surface that retailers – including ecommerce organizations – must face. The session will wrap up with an overview of best practices for protecting, detecting, and addressing these evolving threats.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
• The various types of POS malware threats and the implications of experiencing an attack
• The tools and processes that retail IT infrastructure teams need to have in place to protect their organizations from attacks
• Best practices for dealing with a POS attack; actionable “now what” steps for organizations who have been compromised by POS malware