Spear Phishing: How to Avoid Becoming a Hacker's Trophy Phish
Recent IT security reports show that targeted spear phishing attacks are dramatically increasing. The news of the recent Flame malware has shown that advanced targeted attacks are growing in intensity and are quickly becoming the new ‘normal’.
Spear phishing has become a successful tactic that hackers use to exploit your network and trigger an attack which can lead to catastrophic financial, operational, and reputation risks. Discover how to keep your network secure – by learning more about today’s targeted spear phishing attacks and how you can close the security gap that sophisticated hackers are exploiting. Key topics include:
- The growing popularity of spear phishing tactics and how targeted attacks are triggered
- A real-world example of spear phishing that led to an advanced targeted attack
- Real-time techniques to help you mitigate the threat of spear phishing
RecordedJun 20 201248 mins
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Dan McWhorter, Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEye, John Klassen, Sr. Director, Solutions Marketing, FireEye
Medical devices (biomed) introduce many cybersecurity challenges into healthcare delivery organizations, but what can you do? Connecting medical devices to your network and in turn to your physicians and EMR system increases clinical workflow while opening security holes. Much is out of your control. Device manufacturers control patch cycles and vulnerabilities persist so you segment your network which introduces administration overhead and increases the possibility of breaches due to misconfigurations. As you try harder to improve efficiency, is your environment becoming less secure due to improved connectivity? And what about patient safety when medical devices are connected directly to patients?
Join Dan McWhorter, Chief Intelligence Strategist at FireEye, and John Klassen, Sr Director Solutions Marketing, on this webinar to learn:
•The impact on Healthcare cybersecurity from complex medical device ecosystems
•What kind of attacks connected medical devices are vulnerable to
•Strategies and tools to lower your risk from compromised devices
Register today to understand this emerging threat landscape.
Devon Kerr, Incident Response Manager, Professional Services, Mandiant
Intrusion investigations are a response to the detection of a threat in the environment. Organizations are investing heavily in technology, training, and personnel who can quickly detect and respond to threats after they’ve gained some amount of access to their environments. It’s this process that leads to containment and gives businesses back control.
Companies are getting better at detecting threats as a result, but actors may still have been in the environment for several months before that critical moment when tools and personnel finally detect the bump in the night and the investigative process can begin.
During this conversation, we’ll look at the security ecosystem and some of the reasons why technologies that react to threat activity may not be adequate in this golden age of cyber threats. We’ll also discuss a few of the most important skillsets necessary to cultivate and why personnel and expertise are your secret weapons. Lastly, we’ll suggest some of the most effective sources of evidence to examine as well as some of the analysis techniques you should be using to filter through the noise.
Julian Dana (Director, Latin America, Mandiant), Chris Leach (Chief Technologist, HPE)
No question about it: Information security—or, more precisely, the lack of it—is firmly on the radar for business and information-technology leaders in organizations of all sizes and in every sector. Many executives and managers fear that their companies are ill-prepared to prevent, detect, and effectively respond to various types of cyber attacks, and a shortage of in-house security expertise remains of widespread concern.
Those are among the initial findings of the Cybersecurity Challenges, Risks, Trends, and Impacts Survey, conducted by MIT Technology Review Custom in February 2016. Commissioned by Hewlett Packard Enterprises Security Services and FireEye, join our experts as they discuss this industry survey to uncover:
•Implications of breach impacts for organizations
•Benefits of a risk management strategies
•Current trends in information-security threats
Ron Bushar, Managing Director, Mandiant (a FireEye company)
Over the last decade, cyber security has evolved from a niche concern confined to IT professionals to a major priority for CEOs and boards of directors. Company leaders are now charged with managing cyber risk with the same urgency that they have managed traditional business risk.
The emergence of cyber risk as a centerpiece of risk management is being fueled by new and increasingly complex threats. Organizations must deal with a quickly evolving set of threats to their information systems and data. Many of these threats were unimaginable just a few years ago.
In this discussion, we explain the different forms of cyber risk and show how the threat level has risen in recent years. We also provide a basic framework for managing cyber risk, and finally, we pose five key questions business leaders should ask themselves to ensure their security posture is sufficiently robust and resilient to meet evolving threats.
Register for this webinar today. As usual, we’ll leave time for Q&A.
Mike Resong (Dir, Tech Alliances, FireEye) David Schwartzberg (Sr. Mgr., Security & Privacy, MobileIron)
Mobile technology is driving a massive shift in the IT department’s ability to support the way people want to work and collaborate. In this era of enterprise mobility management (EMM), modern enterprises must deliver native mobile experiences that are available to users anywhere and anytime while ensuring that IT can secure corporate information everywhere.
In this webinar, MobileIron and FireEye experts will speak to:
- What trends we're seeing in the updated mobile security landscape
- How joint customers are leveraging their integrated solution in their corporate environments
- An overview of MobileIron and FireEye's combined solution
This session will also include a preview of what’s coming with FireEye Security Orchestrator and MobileIron’s integration with FireEye’s newest product.
Russell Teague, Managing Director, Mandiant, a FireEye Company
Are you ready to handle a security breach? Russell Teague, Managing Director, Mandiant, a FireEye Company, will discuss the Next Generation of Incident Preparedness. Mandiant is the world leader in Incident Response Management; no other company is involved in more of today's largest breaches. Russell will discuss what companies need to do to be breach ready, and how being proactive in your incident preparedness is essential and could save you from devastating cost.
Incident preparedness is more than having an incident response plan, it's more than having skilled personnel on staff. Come join us in an eye-opening discussion on key elements that every company should consider. Major security breaches have become part of everyone's daily news feed, from the front page of the newspaper to the top of every security blog, you can’t miss the steady flood of new breaches impacting the world today. In today’s every changing world of business and technology, breaches are inevitable, you must be prepared before they happen. Learn how to become prepared from the industry leader in breach management and ultimately control your cost in post breach recovery.
Register now for this compelling discussion on Next Generation Incident Preparedness.
Adam Bosnian, EVP, Global Business Dev, CyberArk, Milan Gavran, TAP Sales Mgr, FireEye
Mandiant Consulting’s 2016 M-Trends report once again shows that cyber attacks follow a regular pattern of crashing through perimeter defenses, obtaining a credential and then using the acquired access to move laterally throughout the network and escalate privileges to complete their primary objective. Once attackers obtain privileged credentials, they can slowly gain control of the entire organization’s IT environment.
This session will focus on how attackers find their way to the heart of enterprises, the role privileged credentials (passwords and SSH keys) play in an active cyber attack, and how the integration of CyberArk Privileged Account Security Solution and the FireEye Threat Analytics Platform (TAP) can help organizations detect, alert and rapidly respond to cyber attacks.
The audience will be walked through a few data breach examples and shown how combining intel from both systems is used to assist in detection and response acceleration. Attendees can expect to gain an advanced understanding of how they can start leveraging their enterprise-wide data and privileged threat analytics to quickly identify and disrupt the most critical in-progress attacks.
It doesn’t matter what industry vertical you are in or how big or small your business is, we are all plagued by the same concern, the security of your most valuable asset – your data. Moreover, the threat is sometimes the ones that you trust most, namely people that have access to your privileged information and data. This insider threat can be your customers, partners and even your employees that accidentally or purposefully release or acquire sensitive data and use it for something other than what it was meant for.
Just imagine if you had a complete and panoramic scene sizeup along with the ability to proactively address potential threats of both the traditional threat vector of outsiders gaining information as well as the increasingly common and dangerous internal threat. Join us as we discuss this important topic as well as how you can ensure that your organization does not find itself in the eye of the security cyberstorm..
Luiz Eduardo Dos Santos, Diretor Técnico da FireEye para a América Latina
Em 2015, os consultores da Mandiant, uma empresa da FireEye, respondeu um grande número de incidentes cibernéticos causados por grupos de ciber-criminosos espalhados por todo o mundo. Com base nessa experiência, os consultores criaram um relatório especial conhecido como M-Trends 2016 focado no que vem acontecendo no panorama das ameaças.
Participe juntamente com o Diretor Técnico da FireEye para a América Latina, Luiz Eduardo Dos Santos neste webinário onde ele apresentará:
•As principais descobertas das investigações da Mandiant em 30 verticais distintos
•Tendências e dados que suportam a evolução dos grupos de ameaças no ultimo ano
•Campanhas para efetuar o roubo de dados pessoais/confidenciais das organizações
•Ataques diretamente a dispositivos de redes, - roteadores, switches e firewalls
Aprenda como melhor analisar e responder às técnicas de persistência de malwares em 2016.
Luiz Eduardo Dos Santos, Director Tecnico de LatinoAmerica de FireEye
En 2015, los consultores Mandiant, una empresa de FireEye, respondieron a una amplia variedad de incidentes cibernéticos creadas por grupos de atacantes alrededor del mundo. Con base en esa experiencia, los consultores crearon un informe especial titulado M-Trends 2016 que muestra cual es la prespectiva con respecto al panorama de las amenazas.
Únase al Director Tecnico de LatinoAmerica de FireEye, Luiz Eduardo Dos Santos en este seminario donde abordara los siguientes puntos:
• Las principales conclusiones de las investigaciones Mandiant a través de 30 industrias
• Tendencias y datos que apoyan la forma avanzada que los ciber-criminales han evolucionado a lo largo del año pasado
• Campañas para robar información personal
• Los ataques a dispositivos de redes empresariales-routers, switches y firewalls
Aprende a analizar y responder mejor a las técnicas de persistencia de malware en 2016.
Dan Scali, Sr. Mgr., ICS Security (Mandiant), Sean McBride, Critical Infrastructure Lead (iSIGHT)
In the first publicly documented power outage attributed to a cyber attack, the Russian-nexus Sandworm Team caused blackouts in several regions of Ukraine. iSIGHT Partners has tracked this group since October 2014, documenting its targets, tools, attack infrastructure and motivations. In August 2015 we noted Sandworm had infiltrated Ukrainian electricity providers; and, in November we warned that Ukraine was a hot spot for ICS-related activity.
In this Webinar, Sean McBride, Critical Infrastructure Lead Analyst, and Dan Scali, Senior Manager of Mandiant’s ICS Security Consulting Practice, will tell you what happened to the victim utilities and what could have been done to prevent it.
Asad Baheri, Product Sales Specialist, Mobile Threat Prevention
Mobile devices are ubiquitous in today's society. The number and types of devices used by physicians, nurses, clinicians, specialists, administrators, and staff – as well as patients and visitors – are growing at healthcare organizations across the country. Providing anywhere/anytime network access is essential, particularly when instant communication is required to ensure quality patient care. But the mobile devices are launched daily with upgraded versions of operating systems that are ripe for infection.
FireEye Mobile Threat Prevention identifies and stops mobile threats. Rather than relying on signatures, which are powerless against today’s constantly changing threats, FireEye Mobile Threat Prevention executes applications within the FireEye MVX engine to protect mobile devices against compromise.
During this webcast, we will discuss the benefits of a mobile security strategy and identify how FireEye Mobile Threat Prevention (MTP):
- Offers real-time visibility of threats on mobile devices
- Displays play-by-play analysis of suspicious applications
- Provides an index of pre-analyzed applications
- Generates threat assessments for custom applications.
Join our webcast today to hear about the latest developments in mobile threats for healthcare.
Alec Randazzo, Sr. Incident Response Consultant, DJ Palombo, Consultant, Mandiant
Email is an essential tool of today’s business. In 2012, firms sent and received an estimated 89 billion emails every day. Email has also become a vector for cyber crime; phishing emails—with and without correct spelling—account for a significant portion of today’s attacks.
What happens when a targeted victim falls for a phish email and the attacker gains access to a network? Alec Randazzo and DJ Palombo from the Mandiant incident response team will examine an attacker’s step-by-step process, using real world examples. Recommendations will be provided on how to limit an attacker’s success within a network.
Join us for this webinar to gain critical insights from our experts in the field.
Ben Withnell, Incident Analyst, FireEye as a Service
Triage and remediation of attacks utilizing zero-day vulnerabilities requires technology, intelligence, and expertise that is often beyond the capabilities of most security teams today. With Clandestine Wolf, the name our security team gave to a recent zero-day campaign exploiting an Adobe Flash vulnerability, our analysts were able to validate the alert and begin response within minutes after first observing the attack.
In this webinar Ben Withnell, a FireEye as a Service (FAAS) incident analyst, will discuss how the Clandestine Wolf campaign was discovered, triaged, and remediated across the FireEye as a Service customer base. Throughout the webinar he will also share his insights into how our analysts handle APT threats, the attacker lifecycle, and remediation tactics.
Do you want to stop the complaints from upper management about malicious emails slipping through your current antivirus and antispam gateways? Has your IT team had enough of dealing with scourges such as CyptoWall? Are you tired of hearing that the “next big thing” from various IT security vendors will solve these problems only to see the products fail when put to the test? If you have any or all of these problems, this webinar is for you.
According to Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report, 77% of infections originate from emails containing malicious attachments or URLs–emails that should be stopped at the perimeter. FireEye can make that happen.
Join us on August 13 for a demonstration of how our proven Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) technology can help protect your organization from known and unknown threats. The webinar will also cover the threat landscape and provide information on:
•How FireEye’s MVX behavior analysis technology works
•What differentiates FireEye’s MVX technology from the traditional signature-based antivirus approach
•How FireEye can protect your email in the cloud and in your data center
As always, we’ll leave plenty of time for Q&A. Register today.
Rajiv Raghunarayan, Director, Product Marketing, Dan Reis, Endpoint Director
Traditional endpoint solutions were designed to deal with static, known threats. They accumulate large threat databases and signatures and when matches are found the threat is blocked. This approach simply does not work against today’s advanced and unknown attacks. And while organizations must protect every single endpoint, both traditional and mobile, an attacker only needs to compromise one to cause damage. Register now for this webinar where you will:
• Learn why protecting the multitude of endpoints is an on-going challenge
• Find out the importance behind detection and containment on all types of endpoints from PC to mobile
• Hear how FireEye offerings can help proactively protect against unknown threats on the endpoint
How can your company ensure all threat vectors are protected? In this webinar you will:
- Find out what it takes to secure your organization from today’s evasive advanced cyber threats
- Discover how to detect blended attacks that point products miss
- Learn how to safeguard your intellectual property, critical infrastructure, and customer records from multi-vector, targeted attacks
- Understand how to respond to incidents faster by reducing the number of false positives your security team has to sift through
- Get introduced to the FireEye products that can help achieve enterprise network security
Jason Rebholz, Principal Consultant, Mandiant (a FireEye Company)
In this webinar, we will discuss the healthcare industry threat landscape. In the past year alone, attacks against the healthcare industry have skyrocketed and the threat landscape has shifted.
Join us as we discuss the following:
•The current threat landscape
•Observation on the security posture of the healthcare industry
•Attacker tactics targeted at the healthcare industry
•A case study of a healthcare breach
•The threat horizon for the healthcare industry
•Lessons learned from the latest healthcare breaches
Jason Steer, Chief Security Strategist (EMEA), Jari Salomaa, Head of Mobile Product Management
Most of us rely on mobile apps for everything from banking to buying and messaging to mapping our route. Mobile devices are the go-to source to do work, watch videos, play games and—oh yes—even speak with another person.
But every time we download or use a new app to simplify our lives, we run the risk of a hacker accessing our data. A recent FireEye Special Report, Out of Pocket: A Comprehensive Mobile Threat Assessment of 7 Million iOS and Android Apps – is a revealing look at today’s top mobile app threats on two of the most widely used platforms. The report outlines the real risks associated with mobile apps and their implications to privacy, corporate data and security.
Join our industry experts for this interactive session to learn:
-Key Android and iOS threats based on the analysis of 7 million
-Trends in mobile app behaviors
-The impact of targeted malware and vulnerabilities
-Takeaways security leaders can implement to make devices more
secure in the workplace
Be prepared for the next wave of mobile cyberattacks. Register today to gain insight from FireEye’s latest report and our mobile subject matter experts!
Matt Graeber, Staff Reverse Engineer, Dimiter Andonov, Staff Reverse Engineer
Join FireEye Labs Advanced Reverse Engineering (FLARE) team members Matt Graeber and Dimiter Andonov for another exciting deep dive on new malware case studies found during Mandiant investigations. FLARE is dedicated to malware analysis and the development of tools to assist reverse engineering. The two malware they’ll dissect as part of this interactive discussion include:
1.Steganogram Shellcode Backdoor - The malware is a downloader and launcher that uses steganography to extract shellcode, commands, and data from PNG images. Which results in advanced modular backdoor capable of collecting wide range information related to the compromised system and executing even more shellcode!
2.Hybrid 32/64-bit Malware - The malware mixes 32-bit and 64-bit code to inject into the explorer.exe process depending upon the target architecture. We’ll show how this broke our malware tools and our solution.