The second half of 2022 saw a dramatic increase in ‘lone wolf’ attacks and can be coined one of the most common enterprise attack campaigns that organizations experienced in 2022.
In this session, we will learn from a leading Incident Response company what lone wolf campaigns look like, what they are targeting and how easy it is to get the initial foothold. We’ll then look from a defenders perspective and understand how using graph based modeling of your exposures, these types of campaigns can be prevented in advance.
What you will learn:
○ How attackers buy their initial foothold and get into your organization
○ What attackers are doing today once they’re in your network
○ How organizations can get ahead of the next attack and remediate these exposures that block the most common enterprise attack techniques today
Profero Incident Response team has countered dozens of international cyber incidents since its founding in 2020. Over this period, we have seen the devastating effects of cyber-attacks on every type of organization, regardless of size, geo-location, time zone, or business sector. The field of combat is vast, and each incident is different. We have engaged with a variety of threat actors such as ransomware groups, nation-state sponsored groups, cyber-criminals, hacktivists and even insider threats. Deploying experience from these confrontations, our team has developed a bespoke Rapid IR, which combines cloud-based technologies with our knowledge-base and unique capabilities, designed to prevent the next major incident at your organization.
Profero is led by Omri Segev Moyal (CEO) and Guy Barnhart-Magen (CTO), well-known security researchers & cyber experts offer a customer-environment focused service for security and privacy of products and applications.