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Attacchi cyber in EMEA: i nuovi trend

Partecipa al webinar con Gabriele Zanoni, Systems Engineer di FireEye, per scoprire come si sta evolvendo il panorama delle minacce sulla base dei dati sui cyber attacchi dello scorso anno, rilevati dalle investigazioni di Mandiant.

Il webinar affronterà temi quali:

•I nuovi trend negli attacchi di phishing usati per compromettere le aziende
•I cambiamenti nella telemetria e nella metodologia degli attacchi
•Le analisi di intelligence sulle minacce emergenti
•Le nuove strategie di difesa per proteggere al meglio le aziende
•L’impatto del GDPR sul business
•Confronto fra trend europei, americani e asiatici
Recorded May 30 2017 49 mins
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    Join our webinar, which helps debunk several common myths that jeopardize your fast, secure, migration to the cloud:

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    You’ll also learn how to identify a trusted advisor for cloud migration so you can confidently take advantage of cloud advancements.

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    Join FireEye’s Vinoo Thomas as we take a closer look at the discovery of credential harvesting and multiple compromised clients from a single compromised endpoint. Learn how investigation can be used to find and contain the impact of a breach in nearly any environment.
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    ​Istvan Nemeth, CTO Biztributor
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    A közelmúlt leghírhedtebb kibertámadásai – beleértve a múlt heti Binance-támadást is – úgy kezdődtek, hogy valaki egy spear-phishing emailre kattintott. A sikeres spear-phishing támadások átlagos költsége: 1,6 millió dollar.

    Nézd meg az elő webinart, amelyben a biztributor CTO-ja, Németh István veszi át a támadási vektor főbb jellemzőit és a modern védelmi mechanizumusokat. A témából:
    -email-alapú támadások trendjei
    -új típusú fenyegetések
    -a FireEye Email Security egyedi megközelítése
    -best practice-ek, tanulságok éstapasztalatok
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    In this webinar, Fred Plan, Sr. Threat Intelligence Analyst at FireEye provides:

    • A high-level overview on how nation-state interests are driving APT activity
    • Insight into the most recent APT groups investigated by FireEye
    • The latest adversary tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) these groups use

    Register NOW for the live webinar
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    David Grout, EMEA CTO, FireEye
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    Rejoignez-nous au webinaire durant lequel les experts Mandiant de FireEye discutent des faits principaux et des études de cas de l'édition de cette année, notamment:

    Nouveaux groupes d’attaquants et APT émergés en 2018
    •L’évolution du cyber espionnage en Corée du Nord, Russie, Chine et en Iran.
    •Pourquoi la phrase ‘Ciblé une fois, toujours ciblé’ est plus vraie que jamais
    •Les risques de phishing lors d’activités de fusion et d’acquisitions
    •Des cas d’usages et retour clients par régions
    •Les meilleures pratiques tirées de l’expérience de nos équipes en front line sur des interventions cybers
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    Marco Riboli, VP, Southern Europe, FireEye; Gabriele Zanoni, Sales Engineer, FireEye
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    Partecipa al webinar durante il quale i nostri esperti, sulla base dell’esperienza Mandiant, azienda di FireEye, evidenzieranno le novità e i casi studio di quest’ultima edizione, in particolare:
    • Evoluzione dei trend d’attacco nell’attuale panorama delle minacce cyber
    • Nuovi gruppi APT identificati nel 2018
    • Rischi di phishing nascosti durante operazioni di fusione e acquisizione (M&A)
    • Casi di compromissioni reali
    • Best practice basate sull’esperienza diretta degli esperti di incident response

    Registrati al webinar ORA!
  • M-Trends: Erkenntnisse aus einem Jahrzehnt an der Spitze der Cybersicherheit Recorded: Apr 9 2019 48 mins
    Rüdiger Weyrauch, Director Sales Engineering Central & Eastern Europe, FireEye
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    Erfahren Sie welche aktuellen Trends in der Cyber Security Welt zu sehen sind. Auf Basis des M-Trends 2019 Reports werden wir über Statistiken und Trends bei APT-Gruppen berichten sowie vorausschauende Schutzmaßnahmen vorstellen.

    Profitieren Sie von einem tiefen Einblick:

    •Neue Angreifergruppen (APT), die 2018 aufgedeckt wurden
    •Die Entwicklung von Cyber-Spionage-Teams in Nordkorea, Russland, China und dem Iran
    •Warum "einmal ein Ziel, immer ein Ziel" mehr denn je wahr ist
    •Risiken durch versteckte Phishing-Angriffe bei Fusionen und Übernahmen
    •Regionale Fallstudien über erfolgte Angriffe
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