Ransomware and Destructive Attacks


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The impact of ransomware, destructive malware and related attacks is growing globally, with new actors taking part in leveraging crippling assaults. This seminar will provide a full day of focus on ransomware and its multi-faceted implications across technical, policy, compliance and financial responses. Full of firsthand case studies and lessons learned—some by virtue of being attacked directly and others hit downstream in the ripple effect, resulting in production losses—sessions will discuss the changing threat landscape, innovative research, response and recovery, and how to combat ransomware.

Participants
Andrew Hay

COO/CTO, LEO Cyber Security

Anne Townsend

Department Manager, MITRE

Ben Rothke

Senior Information Security Specialist, Tapad

Bradley Nix

Chief of Program Execution, Department of Homeland Security

Brian Abe

Department Head, National Cybersecurity FFRDC, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

Brian Baskin

Senior Threat Researcher, Carbon Black

Christiaan Beek

Lead Scientist and Principal Engineer, McAfee

Eben Kaplan

Principal Consultant, CrowdStrike

Galina Antova

Co-Founder, Claroty

Jermaine Roebuck

Principal Incident Response Engagement Lead, Department of Homeland Security/Office of Cybersecurity and Communications

John Felker

Director,National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), CS&C, Department of Homeland Security

Kevin McNamee

Security Architect, Nokia

Mark Nunnikhoven

Vice President, Cloud Research, Trend Micro

Raj Samani

Chief Scientist, McAfee

Renato Marinho

Chief Research Officer, Morphus Labs

Siobhan Gorman

Partner, Brunswick Group

Sujit Raman

Associate Deputy Attorney General, US Government

Swee Lai Lee

Malware Analyst, Carbon Black

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