Speaker: Jim VanDeRyt, Solutions Engineer, Cybereason
Jim VanDeRyt has worked in information security for the past 17 years. Jim spent almost 7 years at Internet Security Systems where he learned network security such as intrusion prevention systems, vulnerability management and some host-based protection. Next Jim spent 2 and half years with a reseller learning various security technologies such as data loss prevention, wireless planning and security, firewalls, network access control, host and file encryption, and some database security and application security. Prior to Cybereason, Jim was at Imperva for 4 and half years where he learned about securing structured business data which usually resides in databases and is usually accessed by web applications in most customer’s environments today. After Imperva, Jim worked at Fidelis CyberSecurity for 3 and half years where he learned about advanced threat detection/prevention on the network.
Title: The History and Current State of Fileless Malware
Malware-free and fileless malware attacks are on the rise. Research shows that almost a quarter of organizations worldwide were victims of fileless malware attacks in the past year.
In this presentation, we’ll discuss the various mechanisms used by attackers and review effective approaches for detective & response.
• About fileless malware techniques, such as PowerShell and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
• Why these attacks are hard to detect & mitigate
• How you can successfully detect & respond to such attacks
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Guests who prepay online: $20
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