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Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO for Microsoft
Wherever we turn it feels like the news is all COVID-19 all the time. Many of us are feeling stressed and overwhelmed and attackers know it. At Microsoft we’ve seen an increase in the success of phishing attacks, one of the common vectors for malware and ransomware infections. Rather than inventing entirely new exploits, attackers are pivoting their existing infrastructure for ransomware and other malware delivery tools to COVID-19 focused lures to get us to click. In this talk we’ll share insights into how the attackers have shifted their lures and provide recommendations for improving detect and response times to reduce the likelihood these attacks will work.
Flyer: Malware in the Time of COVID-19
This year’s Information Security Summit will deliver information on the latest threats and emerging technologies such as ML, AI, and automation. Join other CISOs and top security and risk management professionals for this special forum designed to enhance your leadership capabilities, and give you the opportunity to gather the data that you need to enable your organization to do business in a world of increasing risk.
MassBay Community College50 Oakland StreetWellesley Hills, MA 02481CafeteriaSPECIAL EARLY BIRD RATE $45 fee | $99 after March 31, 2020 (includes breakfast and lunch)Register! Visit: www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-information-technology-security-summit-registration
For questions, contact Andrea Garabedian at 774-204-0700
The Information Security Summit is a regional event with the goal of giving participants from New England an update on the latest developments, trends, and status in information security. With the growing popularity of disruptive technologies, including mobility and cloud computing, social networking, and big data analytics, the accompanying data security and privacy issues become fundamental concerns. Industry experts will be invited to share their experience and knowledge.
Diana KelleyCyber Security Field CTOMicrosoft