COVID-19: The New Threat Landscape
event Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Over the past several weeks everything has changed in the blink of an eye. Entire companies have adopted a remote work status. IT and security operations are doing the best they can to adapt to this new normal while staying healthy, all the while cyber criminals are more aggressive than ever before.
Bad actors have no shame. They increasingly exploit the desire of people for helpful information by distributing scams that use the COVID-19 theme ranging from phishing attacks to developing a malicious COVID-19 map. Their work extends far beyond the obvious into major cyberthreats such as SMBGhost, the recent “wormable” bug in Windows 10, CVE-2020-0796.
Join this webinar for a first-hand look at the threat research uncovered by the Trustwave SpiderLabs team.
- Scams related to COVID-19
- Vulnerabilities often overlooked
- Recommendations on how to better protect yourself
Tuesday, March 31
10:00 a.m. CDT | 4:00 p.m. GMT
Webinar On-Demand Replay
If you are not able to join the live session, please register and we will share the recording via email after the session concludes.
Ziv Mador, vice president of Security Research at Trustwave SpiderLabs
Mr. Mador manages the global security research team covering research areas such as vulnerability assessment and scanning, analysis of attacks against Web servers and Web clients, malware reverse engineering, IDS/IPS research, SIEM correlation and reporting, spam and phishing research, Threat Intelligence and database security research. Ziv is a primary spokesperson for the company on aspects related to malware and cybercrime.