Understanding the Modern Kill Chain: Analyzing Scattered Spider & APT41

Presented by

Ken Saganowski, Director of Technical Advisory at MOXFIVE, Tyler Croak, Principal Strategist at Lookout

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Scattered Spider: The cybercrime group behind the MGM Resorts data breach costing an estimated $100 million. APT41: A notorious Chinese APT that recently developed two mobile surveillanceware tools, WyrmSpy and DragonEgg, to target over 100 public and private sector organizations. These two groups represent a global shift among threat actors – focusing on mobile devices to quietly compromise credentials, apps, and data. Join Tyler Croak, Principal Strategist at Lookout, and Ken Saganowski, Director of Technical Advisory at MOXFIVE, in this 30-minute session, to learn: - How the traditional kill chain has evolved - What modern tactics are being used to trick your users - What happens after an attacker gains access - A real-life Scattered Spider example - How to detect an intruder in your system - What immediate actions you can take today to protect data in 2024
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