Fight Back Against Double Extortion Cyberattacks: Mitigate Lilith Ransomware

Presented by

Marco Mozzi & Kevin Breuer, LogRhythm Enterprise Sales Engineers

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Ransomware is one of the most damaging and frequent forms of cyberattack facing modern organizations and is a security challenge that is constantly evolving. During the first half of 2022, there were a total of 236.1 million ransomware attacks worldwide, according to Statista*. As these attack methods continue to be a lucrative source of income for threat actors, preparing for ransomware attacks needs to be a top priority for organizations. In this webinar, our team will discuss how to detect and mitigate ransomware attacks, with a focus on a new tool for attack, Lilith Ransomware. Lilith is a C/C++ console-based ransomware which is designed to lock Windows machines via a double extortion attack. Join us to discover: • Why ransomware attacks are more prevalent and destructive than ever before • Practical tips to help you detect and respond to ransomware attacks • How a SIEM can be used to gain real-time threat detection capabilities • The benefit of utilizing customized rules to rapidly respond to Lilith ransomware attempts * -

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