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How FedEx, UPS & DHL Customers were Tricked by an Advanced Phishing Campaign.

File-borne attacks are on the rise, and 80% of successful breaches are new, unknown, or zero-day attacks that are not recognized by traditional signature-based detection solutions, such as antivirus. An example of this is an April 2020 attack that delivered Dridex ransomware to FedEx, UPS, and DHL customers. Sophisticated phishing emails—cleverly disguised to appear to be from company email accounts were sent with legitimate-looking attachments that delivered the payload. This threat's signature was not recognized in antivirus databases for 2 entire days, leaving businesses vulnerable.

In the past, detection and alert-based security tools were best-in-class. But in a world of zero-days and an overwhelming amount of attacks, these solutions miss massive quantities of threats—as much as 40%—leaving security teams fighting both alert fatigue and new threats from all fronts.

In this talk, Richard Hosgood, white hat hacker and North American Director of Engineering at file security company, Votiro, dissects the April 2020 phishing attack, the gaps that antivirus and next-generation antivirus leave for unknown and zero-day threats, and how an emerging technology called Positive Selection technology can actually prevent these types of attacks.
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  • What's in that Malicious File? A Live File Dissection Event Recorded: Jul 21 2020 40 mins
    Richard Hosgood, White Hat Hacker & Director of Engineering, Votiro
    Organizations receive malicious files from emails, web uploads, and content-sharing platforms daily. File-borne attacks are on the rise and 40%-60% of malicious files evade and breach existing security defenses to end up in your inboxes, on your platforms, and in your network.

    We want you to send us those files. Seriously. Forward malicious files to badfiles@votiro.com.

    During this live hack dissection event on July 21st at 11am ET, Richard Hosgood, white hat hacker and North American Director of Engineering at file security company, Votiro, will dissect your malicious files live and uncover the malware and viruses that are hidden within.

    You will receive a completely clean, usable copy of your files back. Senders’ information will be kept confidential, and all files will be destroyed after the webinar.

    Richard will also discuss how a new technology – Positive Selection technology – ensures that all files entering an organization are 100% safe, regardless if they enter through email, download, or upload.

    Sign up for this webinar and send us your most malicious, most trojan-, ransomware-, and virus-riddled files to badfiles@votiro.com.
  • How FedEx, UPS & DHL Customers were Tricked by an Advanced Phishing Campaign. Recorded: Jun 9 2020 44 mins
    Richard Hosgood, North American Director of Engineering, Votiro
    File-borne attacks are on the rise, and 80% of successful breaches are new, unknown, or zero-day attacks that are not recognized by traditional signature-based detection solutions, such as antivirus. An example of this is an April 2020 attack that delivered Dridex ransomware to FedEx, UPS, and DHL customers. Sophisticated phishing emails—cleverly disguised to appear to be from company email accounts were sent with legitimate-looking attachments that delivered the payload. This threat's signature was not recognized in antivirus databases for 2 entire days, leaving businesses vulnerable.

    In the past, detection and alert-based security tools were best-in-class. But in a world of zero-days and an overwhelming amount of attacks, these solutions miss massive quantities of threats—as much as 40%—leaving security teams fighting both alert fatigue and new threats from all fronts.

    In this talk, Richard Hosgood, white hat hacker and North American Director of Engineering at file security company, Votiro, dissects the April 2020 phishing attack, the gaps that antivirus and next-generation antivirus leave for unknown and zero-day threats, and how an emerging technology called Positive Selection technology can actually prevent these types of attacks.
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