The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly and dramatically changed the way we live and work. As Internet dependency surges, gaps in security and cyber safety protocols have opened the door to increased malicious exploitation from actors and groups looking to take advantage of new security vulnerabilities.
Healthcare organizations are on the frontline of COVID-19 pandemic. With a huge surge in demand, massive increases in the volume of communications, the potential for fraud, BEC, or other threats is more severe than ever.
LookingGlass’ Senior Director of Threat Analysis and Investigations, Olga Polishchuk, discusses:
- COVID-19 exploitation schemes and campaigns we’ve observed
- Emerging and ongoing trends that could impact healthcare organizations
- How to remain cyber resilient in light of the crisis
About the Speakers
Sr. Director of Threat Analysis & Investigations, LookingGlass Cyber
Olga Polishchuk is a security and intelligence professional with over a decade of experience in corporate security, open source intelligence, threat & risk assessments, and a wide array of physical and information security investigations. Olga serves as the Senior Director in the Threat Analysis and Investigations Unit at LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, focusing on tactical investigations, threat assessments, and strategic intelligence. In her current position, she acutely focuses on expanding clients’ understanding of the potential and emerging threats and aids in real-time operational and strategic decisions. Before joining LookingGlass, Olga worked for an intelligence-focused research institute preparing assessments based on the collection, correlation, and analysis of intelligence data for the U.S. Intelligence Community. She also well-versed in issues concerning intellectual property protection and worked at an international law firm in Washington D.C. representing numerous hi-tech clients focusing on cross-border technology protection, commercialization and licensing of IP in the software, internet, security, and entertainment industries.