The Cyber Lookback: September Edition

Presented by

Anthony Grenga, VP Cyber Operations, Peter Rydzynski, Detection Research Engineer & Oliver Wai, VP Product Marketing

About this talk

Russia is back in the news this month with their Drovorub malware, developed by APT28, a.k.a. Fancy Bear. This “swiss army knife” of malware can enable multiple functions and is notoriously difficult to detect. We’ll also dissect the IOS malicious SDK being distributed via ad networks — and how attacks like both of these can be detected. Join two members of IronNet’s elite SOC, VP of Cyber Operations Anthony Grenga and Detection Research Engineer Peter Rydzynski, along with Oliver Wai, VP of product marketing, for an entertaining deep-dive into why these events matter, and what IronNet saw in customer environments over the month of August.

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