September Chapter Meeting: Thinking Like a Cybercriminal, Etay Maor, Chief Security Officer
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About the Event
Speaker: Etay Maor, Chief Security Officer
Presentation Title: Thinking Like a Cybercriminal
We read about hacks and breaches on a daily basis, but what do we actually know about these cybercrime groups and how they conduct these attacks? In this session, we will dive into basic hacking techniques, demonstrate what types of tools hackers are using today, examine the scope of these attacks, and discuss best practices on how to protect ourselves and our businesses.
During the session we will review security issues with people, process and technology, see how OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) is leveraged for social engineering attacks and review some of the latest attacks seen in the wild. We will close the session by examining how to operationalize threat intelligence using security frameworks such as MITRE ATT&CK framework in conjunction with cyber threat intelligence best practices.
Etay Maor is Chief Security Officer at IntSights. As CSO, Etay leads the security advisory practice at IntSights where he works with CISOs and other senior cybersecurity executives to develop risk management-based cybersecurity programs. Etay has extensive experience in cybersecurity having worked at IBM, Trusteer, and RSA. Etay holds a BA in Computer Science and a MA in Counter Terrorism and Cyber Terrorism and is currently a professor at Boston College.