Public reports of ransomware are becoming more frequent:
- Another hospital loses the ability to operate
- People are locked out of their files, which are encrypted on their own hard drives.
Using FireEye intelligence, expertise and technology, we go behind the headlines to examine new ransomware trends, from the development of new ransomware systems to mobile device-specific ransomware and ransomware as a service. We will share how we respond to these attacks and what you can do to improve your defenses.
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Our Featured Speakers:
Eric Scales, Director, Mandiant
Eric Scales is a Director in Mandiant’s Denver office with over sixteen years of experience in consulting services and computer and information security. His primary role is to lead Mandiant engagements and to direct the activities of the Denver consulting team. Mr. Scales has expertise conducting enterprise-wide incident responses, red team operations and penetration testing, and strategic corporate security development. He has significant experience working with the healthcare industry, technology industry, and Fortune 500 companies.
Richard Hummel, Principal Analyst
Richard Hummel has 8 years in the intelligence field and currently leading the Cyber Crime technical team at iSIGHT, a FireEye company. He began his career as a Signals Intelligence Analyst with the United States Army. During the course of his service he became certified in Digital Network Intelligence and supported multiple operations overseas including a deployment to Iraq. After departing from the Army as an enlisted soldier, he began contracting work as a Computer Network Operations analyst in support of the Army. During his tenure as a contractor, he developed many methods and procedures for conducting Cyber Discovery and trained analysts at Army INSCOM HQ's. Since joining iSIGHT, he has led a team of technical analysts in the tracking, reporting, and analysis of various cyber crime related malware families. The various types of malware he has become knowledgeable in include: Point-of-Sale, Credential Theft, Banking Trojans, DDoS, Ransomware, and Remote Access Tool malware.