COLUMBIA, Md. – Sept. 7, 2017— EventTracker, a leader in security information and event management (SIEM), today announced that CEO A. N. Ananth will present on the latest techniques in hunting modern malware and pervasive ransomware at the ISACA Cybersecurity Nexus (CSX) Conference, Oct. 2-4 in Washington, D.C.
The current threatscape is evolving rapidly, but many IT security heads and administrators are too busy managing operations and ensuring the company’s ongoing security efforts, that they miss key indicators that their network has been compromised.
As malware and ransomware attacks continue to advance and increase, it has become crucial for enterprises to be able to assess and detect digital threat incidents quickly and easily for the security of their infrastructures.
We’ve seen global ransomware outbreaks like WannaCry and NotPetya cripple companies across every industry and other strands of malware leech sensitive credit card data from POS terminals. What’s to stop a combination of the two– ransomware attacking POS systems, rendering retailers unable to even function until they pay the ransom or restore their data? Cybercriminals are always innovating, and this could be next. It’s time to find out the means of attack companies can use to hunt malware and stop it before it strikes.
Ananth’s session, “Hunting Modern Malware – the Latest Techniques,” covers:
- How modern malware and ransomware enter and spread through your network
- Best methods of detecting malware and finding hidden copies (polymorphic, mutating, or dormant malware hunting)
- What to do after you’ve detected a potential attack
- Tools to consider to improve threat detection
Who: A. N. Ananth – As the co-founder and CEO of EventTracker, Ananth was one of the architects of the EventTracker SIEM solution. With an extensive background in product development and operations for telecom network management, he has consulted for many companies on their compliance strategy, audit policy and automated reporting processes. Ananth is a leading expert in IT compliance with 25+ years of experience in IT control and operations and speaks frequently on these topics.
What: “Hunting Modern Malware – the Latest Techniques”
When: Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1-1:20 p.m. ET
Where: Innovation Stage, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
Conference website: https://cybersecurity.isaca.org/info/2017-csx-north-america-conference/index.html
Ananth will also be expanding on this topic in an extended session at the SecureWorld St. Louis conference on Thursday, Sept. 21, 11:15 a.m. CT at the America’s Center Convention Complex in the city.
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EventTracker’s advanced security solutions protect enterprises and small businesses from data breaches and insider fraud, and streamline regulatory compliance. The company’s EventTracker platform comprises SIEM, vulnerability scanning, intrusion detection, behavior analytics, a honeynet deception network and other defense in-depth capabilities within a single management platform. The company complements its state-of-the-art technology with 24×7 managed services from its global security operations center (SOC) to ensure its customers achieve desired outcomes—safer networks, better endpoint security, earlier detection of intrusion, and relevant and specific threat intelligence. The company serves the retail, hospitality, healthcare, legal, banking and financial services, utilities and government sectors.
EventTracker is a division of Netsurion, a leader in remotely-managed IT security services that protect multi-location businesses’ information, payment systems and on-premise public and private Wi-Fi networks. www.eventtracker.com. Twitter: @LogTalk.
Deb Montner, Montner Tech PR