Lessons Learned Securing Organizations Against COVID-19 Cyber Threats
Presented by Trustwave and Cybereason
event Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Over the past several weeks, as you migrated your workforce to a distributed work environment, deployed access to applications and did your best to maintain "status quo," you learned a lot about your business continuity plan (BCP) and remote worker maturity. With that, you may have realized your security maturity is not quite where you would like it to be.
Simultaneously, cyber criminals have upped their ante and took advantage of the new opportunities provided by a rapidly deployed distributed workforce. Many of these tactics are the same scams we have seen for years with a new COVID-19 spin.
Trustwave and Cybereason have come together to share details on securing a remote workforce and in developing a maturity model that can help you now, and for seasons to come. During this session we will discuss:
- Remote work maturity models
- Cyber threat landscape for distributed workforces
- Real examples of COVID-19 themed attack
- Evolving your defense to protect your organization
Date & Time
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
12:00 p.m. AEDT / 10:00 a.m. SG (GMT+8) / 2:00 p.m. NZDT
Brian Hussey, Vice President of Cyber Threat Detection and Response at Trustwave
Brian leads operations for cyber-investigation engagements across the world. His team specializes in assisting corporations to recover from and remediate network attacks and data breaches and they assist law enforcement agencies with computer forensic investigations and malware analysis.
Ami Chayun, Vice President of Technology - Japan at Cybereason
Ami Chayun is Cybereason’s VP of Technology, based in Japan and is at the forefront of the company’s security innovation, as well as research and analysis of current and evolving advanced threats. He has extensive experience as a software engineer, spanning security, Linux and Open Source software.