The Anatomy of a Breach

Presented by

Larry Slusser, Sr. Director, Cybersecurity Operations | Howard Williamson, Director, DFIR | Megann Freston, Sr. PMM

About this talk

In a recent collaboration with the Cyentia Institute, we highlighted that some 98% or organizations have a relationship with at least one third party that has experienced a breach within the last 2 years. Join SecurityScorecard experts Larry Slusser, Sr. Director of Cybersecurity Operations, and Howard Williamson, Director of Digital Forensics & Incident Response, who have decades of experience working with clients during cyber incidents in a conversation on how breaches can happen, how to detect them, and how to effectively respond. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about: - Common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by attackers - Types of data bad actors are looking for - Top 3 ways to best protect your organization - Best practices for incident response, and - Legal and regulatory considerations that come into play post-breach.
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