Drawing on data gathered from nearly 40,000 unique cyber attacks (more than 100 per day) and over 22 million malware command and control (CnC) communications, the Advanced Threat Report provides a global look into cyber attacks that routinely bypass traditional defenses such as firewalls, next-generation firewalls, IPS, antivirus and security gateways.
Join FireEye's Greg Day, VP & CTO for EMEA, for an overview of the current threat landscape, evolving advanced persistent threat (APT) tactics, and the countries where advanced attacks are most prevalent today. In addition, Greg will look at trends taking place in specific industries.
RecordedMar 11 201452 mins
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David Grout, Director, Southern Europe Systems Engineering, FireEye
Rejoignez-nous pour un webinaire en live avec David Grout, Directeur Technique Europe du Sud, qui explorera les tendances qui définissent le paysage actuel des menaces en se basant sur les investigations des équipes Mandiant en 2016.
Inscrivez-vous aujourd’hui pour découvrir :
•Les nouvelles tendances d’hameçonnage
•Les changements en termes de volume et de méthodologie
•Les apports de la cyber veille et de l’intelligence sur les attaques émergentes
•Les approches défensives pour mieux se protéger
•Comment la GDPR impacte les sociétés en EMEA
•Comment l’Europe se situe par rapport à l’Amérique du Nord et à l’Asie
Roger Francis, Senior Consultant, Mandiant; Jeroen Herlaar, Regional Director, Mandiant
In 2016 FireEye observed an increase in the number of advanced targeted attacks leveraged against financial institutions in Europe and the Middle East. Much of the activity involved sophisticated financially motivated attackers targeting poorly defended institutions, and centred on the interbanking messaging system.
Join Mandiant’s live webinar and hear real world experts as they discuss recent interbanking messaging system breaches, what lessons should be learnt, and how to avoid such pitfalls in the future.
Stuart McKenzie, VP, Mandiant Consulting & Dan Wire, Sr. Director, Marcom
As any business unfortunate enough to have suffered a data breach can attest, in a crisis situation, being organised enough to provide a detailed notification to affected customers (or indeed regulators) is a difficult task on its own. When combined with required incident response processes – identifying the cause, closing the vulnerability, all while determining the extent of the damage, it becomes all the more difficult. Furthermore, GDPR means data breaches will need to be reported within 72 hours – how will you manage the fallout?
In this webinar we discuss the risks, challenges and answers surrounding response-readiness and the importance of having a critical communications strategy in place.
Stuart McKenzie | VP, Mandiant Consulting
Dan Wire | Sr. Director, Marcom
Cyberkriminelle entwickeln ihre Taktiken, Techniken und Prozesse stets weiter und sind dabei häufig schneller als die Sicherheitsteams. Die Angreifer sind bestens organisiert und ihre Methoden werden von Jahr zu Jahr raffinierter – 2016 war da keine Ausnahme.
In diesem Live-Webinar stellt Sven Schriewer, Director, FireEye, die Beobachtungen und Schlussfolgerungen der Experten von Mandiant aus der Untersuchung einiger der schwerwiegendsten Cyberangriffe und Sicherheitsverletzungen des vergangenen Jahres vor.
Melden Sie sich noch heute an, um sich über die folgenden Themen zu informieren:
•Neue Trends bei Phishing-Angriffen auf Unternehmen
•Neue Entwicklungen in der Angriffstelemetrie und -methodologie
•Datengestützter Überblick über neue Bedrohungen weltweit
•Moderne Abwehrstrategien zum besseren Schutz von Unternehmen und Institutionen
•Auswirkungen der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung auf Unternehmen in EMEA
•Trends in EMEA, Nordamerika und APAC im Vergleich
Neben den Untersuchungsergebnissen in der Regionen EMEA mit Schwerpunkt auf Deutschland, Österreich und Schweiz, enthalten Sie in diesem Webinar auch Informationen wie Sie eine proaktive Strategie zur Stärkung Ihrer Sicherheitsinfrastruktur entwickeln.
Stuart Davis, Director, Mandiant & David Grout, Systems Engineering Director, FireEye
With over 13 years of front-line experience dealing with advanced threat actors from around the globe, our Mandiant team know how the bad guys think and can help you win the battle against cyber attackers.
In this webinar, Stuart Davis and David Grout will cover:
- Best practices in regards to Security as a Service
- How organisations can move from an alert-led security to an intelligence-led security
- How FireEye can provide the adequate tools, processes and expertise required to build a next generation security program
Join us in a live webinar as Jens Monrad explores trends that define today’s threat landscape based on Mandiant’s investigation of last year’s successful cyber attacks.
Register today and get insights into:
•New phishing trends breaching today’s companies
•Changes in modern attack telemetry and methodology
•Intelligence-led insights into emerging global threats
•Modern defensive strategies to better protect your organisation
•How GDPR is changing business in EMEA
Over the years the security market has evolved, as has the threat landscape. The threats have changed from being a nuisance, to ones that are specifically targeted to carry out activity such as theft of intellectual property, exposure of sensitive customer data, or holding the victim to ransom. Organisations need to keep evolving their security program to keep up.
There are several challenges that FireEye has observed that reduce the ability to self-discover and operationalise response to breaches: lack of visibility, lack of intelligence, too many tools, too many alerts or not enough expertise.
Join us in a live webinar and listen to Grady Summers, FireEye’s CTO, as he describes how FireEye in EMEA can support organisations in overcoming all these challenges, learn about the new platforms FireEye has to offer and the intelligence required to build a next generation security program.
Robert Morgus, Policy Analyst, Cybersecurity Initiative, New America; Christopher Porter & John Hultquist, FireEye
Join FireEye in discussing our latest report on the Russia-based cyber threat group APT28 - APT28: At the Center of the Storm. FireEye first publicly announced that the Russian government likely sponsors APT28 in a report released in October 2014. APT28 has pursued military and political targets in the U.S. and globally, including U.S. political organizations, anti-doping agencies, NGOs, foreign and defense ministries, defense attaches, media outlets, and high profile government and private sector entities.
Since at least 2007, APT28 has conducted operations using a sophisticated set of malware that employs a flexible, modular framework allowing APT28 to consistently evolve its toolset for future operations. APT28’s operations closely align with Russian military interests and the 2016 breaches, and pursuant public data leaks demonstrate the Russian government's wide-ranging approach to advancing its strategic political interests.
Register today to gain deeper insights into this threat group!
Daniele Nicita, Consulting Systems Engineer, FireEye Italia
Oggi tutti parlano di Endpoint, il panorama è piuttosto confuso, i messaggi marketing sembrano essere tutti uguali indipendentemente dal vendor che li propone.
Quali sono le domande da porsi per fare chiarezza?
Partecipa ad un webinar live dove Daniele Nicita analizzerà le 7 domande che più spesso si è sentito fare e che aiutano a chiarire questo mondo degli Endpoint in rapidissimo cambiamento.
Learn how intelligence-led organizations globally apply threat intelligence to prioritize vulnerability patching, accelerate incident response, reveal strategic risks and plan cyber security investments.
Amongst other things this webinar will provide insight into:
1. Importance of visibility over an entire attack lifecycle
2. How NATO military doctrine for intelligence collection & analysis can be applied in a commercial environment
3. Key Threat Hunting skills and requirements
David Grout, Director, Southern Europe Systems Engineering, FireEye; Antonin Hily, MSSP Director, Sopra Steria
La multiplication et la complexification des cyberattaques sur le marché français nécessitent de repenser la sécurité et passer d’un mode réactif à un mode proactif.
Apporter de l’automatisation, de la contextualisation et de l’intelligence dans les process de détection et de réaction est clef pour gagner en vitesse et en précision et permettre ainsi une sécurité efficiente, capable d’anticiper et non plus de subir les cybermenaces.
Cybercriminals have refined their attacks to increase frequency, efficiency and profits. Cybercrime costs will reach $6 trillion per year globally by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. Every industry and government is at risk, highlighting the need for stronger cyber defence.
This live panel will focus on the tools and techniques threat hunters use to patrol your networks, mitigate threats and remove unwanted presence.
The EMEA experiences of 2016 are a sobering reminder of the reach and capability of a determined and motivated cyber adversary. We will continue to see a rise in attacks from sophisticated financially motivated threat actors in 2017.
Join Jens Monrad, Senior Intelligence Analyst, in a live webinar as he goes through some of the trends and takeways from 2016 and talk about what we can expect moving into 2017, with highlights on the risks we are seeing in the Northern Europe region.
Stuart Davis, Director, Mandiant & David Grout, Systems Engineering Director, FireEye
Protecting against data loss is a key focus of any organisation’s information security program. However it is not always that easy to put long term initiatives in place with consistent monitoring and response effectiveness to mitigate against advanced attacks where intellectual property may be the target.
In this webinar Stuart and David will explain how effective incident response, long term monitoring and threat intelligence can help deal with data protection against advanced persistent threats (APTs) in this modern age of cyber warfare.
Josh Downs, BrightTALK; John Laliberte, FireEye; Natalino Busa, TeraData & Neill Gernon, AI.Dublin and Atrovate
A live online panel discussion focused on the debate around AI and machine learning and how they can automate cyber security; catch more threats and malicious attacks and prove a useful weapon against cyber crime.
- Josh Downs, Community Manager - Information Security, BrightTALK (moderator)
Our Mandiant Industrial Control Systems (ICS) practice will discuss findings which have been captured over recent ICS security engagements which highlight critical security areas for customers. The discussion will focus on the Mandiant methodology that is used in ICS related engagements and examples of findings which are relevant to ICS customers; with specific focus on the relevant security challenges facing these ICS customers. At the end of this discussion, the Mandiant practice will open up for Q&A on the topic.
Josh Goldfarb, VP, CTO - Emerging Technologies, FireEye, Inc.
The endpoint market is one that everyone seems to be talking about these days. With all that hype and buzz comes a confusing vendor landscape filled with nearly identical marketing speak from each and every vendor. How can the security professional make sense of all this noise? While certainly not an exhaustive list, here are seven questions to get you started.
Roger J. Francis, Senior Consultant at Mandiant, a FireEye company
Cyber threats are constantly evolving, increasing in both sophistication and how they impact victims. In today’s world, you must battle a wide range of adversaries, from hacktivists to state-sponsored threats. The most significant of these threats are advanced attackers who carefully plan and execute breaches into victim organisations.
In this live webinar, Roger J. Francis, Senior Consultant at Mandiant, a FireEye company, will discuss real-world incidents and steps organisations should take to minimise the financial impact of a data breach.
Stuart McKenzie, VP of EMEA, Mandiant. Gerasimos Stellatos, Director, Mandiant.
Major events of 2016 have created great uncertainty about the future, but in cyber security one thing is certain: Some attacks and crimes will continue and new challenges will emerge.
What new developments in cyber security should you expect in 2017?
Join us to hear from some of FireEye top experts about our predictions for 2017 which draw from our executive team, Mandiant incident responders, FireEye iSIGHT Intelligence and FireEye Labs. These insights include:
•What investments in security organizations will make in 2017
•Which industry or type of organization might unexpectedly become a target of threat groups in 2017
•How threat groups will continue to target industrial control systems (ICS) in the near future
•What the future hold for less security-mature regions in Asia Pacific and EMEA
Register today to understand what lies ahead, so you can prepare to stay one step ahead of cyber security threats.
FireEye is the leader in stopping today’s advanced cyber attacks by combining the world most advanced technology, intelligence, and expertise. FireEye has over 2,200 customers across more than 60 countries, including over 130 of the Fortune 500.