Webinar: Bigger Isn’t Always Better: Assessing Cyber Risk to Reduce Your Attack Surface.
— Eric Olson, VP of Intelligence Operations
— James Carnall, VP, Cyber Security Center
Ransomware: A type of malware that serves as a form of extortion by one party on a group of persons or organizations. Oftentimes takes the form of encrypting a victim’s hard drive denying them access to files or other information with demands taking the form of a ransom before access is restored. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - when an organization, group, or hacker takes control of your system to extort a user or organization for money. Ch-ching!, spear Phishing: The use of emails that appear to be from a legitimate, trusted source that are enticed to trick recipients into entering valid credentials including personal information such as passwords or credit card numbers into a fake platform or service. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - tailoring an attack (such as email) to garner trust and credentials that are then used maliciously. The preverbal digital version of the ol' hook and bait. and third party breaches have become a huge problem as organizations become more connected online and expand their cyber footprint. When even the largest and most sophisticated global organizations, government agencies, and multinational banks are routinely penetrated and taken offline by cyber criminals, how can a concerned enterprise quickly and cost-effectively evaluate their own risk?
During this webinar, Vice President of Intelligence Operations Eric Olson and Vice President of the Cyber Security Center James Carnall will discuss how organizations can evaluate their internal and third party cyber risk to:
- Minimize your attack surface for increased visibility
- Make smarter and more cost-effective investments in your security posture
- Proactively look for potential leaks, theft of sensitive data or other holes in your security posture
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