Securing the Supply Chain with Multi-Signal Defense Kill Chain

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Spence Hutchinson, Principal Threat Researcher

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In this webinar, Spence Hutchinson, Principal Threat Researcher with eSentire’s Threat Response Unit (TRU), Spence discusses: - The top cyber threats observed from our manufacturing customers from 2022 and key takeaways from the incident data - Why ransomware is a top concern for the manufacturing sector - Initial Access techniques and code execution trends from 2022 - How InfoStealers are emerging as a threat type, what their role is in the cybercrime ecosystem, and how they are achieving a foothold inside of networks - Tactical and strategic recommendations on how your manufacturing organization can manage initial access risks, minimize supply chain risks, and build a strong cybersecurity foundation

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