Understanding the Attack Landscape - Your Best Defense in Today’s State of Cyber Security

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As we reflect on the state of security this past year, it’s evident that cybercriminals continue to be successful with a trusted set of techniques proven effective against common vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Attackers looking to make a buck prey on businesses of all sizes. Fortunately, by understanding what the attack landscape looks like, where the next attacks will be coming from, and what your attackers might be after, you can achieve top-strength security. Join this session to hear how attackers are infiltrating enterprise environments and how you can learn from them. We’ll dive into real case studies and provide actual code samples.
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Sergio Caltagirone, director of threat intelligence and analytics, Dragos. Industrial control systems run the technology used in advanced manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, electricity generation, oil and gas, power plants used by hospitals and much more. Thankfully, these systems have been relatively immune to online attacks because every ICS environment is unique, meaning that attackers bent on crashing a local power grid or some other environment would need time, money and patience to study the network and determine how to disrupt it, says Caltagirone, director of threat intelligence and analytics at Dragos.

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Spotlight

Sergio Caltagirone, director of threat intelligence and analytics, Dragos. Industrial control systems run the technology used in advanced manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, electricity generation, oil and gas, power plants used by hospitals and much more. Thankfully, these systems have been relatively immune to online attacks because every ICS environment is unique, meaning that attackers bent on crashing a local power grid or some other environment would need time, money and patience to study the network and determine how to disrupt it, says Caltagirone, director of threat intelligence and analytics at Dragos.

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