Ransomware: Attackers vs Defenders

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Alex Hinchliffe, Unit 42 and Maurits Lucas, Intel 471

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Ransomware is the most common type of malware attack and often the most costly to organizations around the world. The need for organizations to protect themselves is continually growing as the threat actor abilities and threat complexity increases. What more can you do to protect your organization from Ransomware attacks? Knowing your attackers tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs) is a proven method for effective defense. In this webinar, we will explore some of the most common TTPs from Ransomware attacks, how organizations are tackling them and what proactive steps can be taken to prevent them. Join us as our presenters use Intel 471's knowledge of the underground and Unit 42's experience with ransomware incident response cases to reveal how threat actors find their victims, gain entry, and deploy ransomware.
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