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March 12, 2020
11:00AM-12:00PM

$1,000,000 Global Ransomware Lockdown: Chronicles of a Rapid Responder

OADA Webinar

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Thursday, March 12, 2020
11am-noon

Ransomware is one of the most devastating cyber-attack methods that exists today, and these attacks are seemingly getting more difficult to prevent and recover from. Does your organization have a plan for when the lights go out, data and systems become unavailable, the phones stop working, and your core services come to a crashing halt? Join the Schneider Downs cybersecurity team as they share a stunning first-hand account of real world cyber-attacks, including a well-coordinated and crafted ransomware attack from an international threat actor that shut down global business operations for weeks and has eluded law enforcement for many years.

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Joining us for the 60 minute presentation is Stephen Bish, Senior Cybersecurity Analyst from Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. Stephen is an innovative member of the Schneider Downs cybersecurity team with a strong background in Digital Forensics and Network Security Administration. His current areas of focus are Penetration Testing and Incident Response. Stephen is well-experienced in the delivery of the following services to industries that include government, manufacturing, higher education, medical, retail, nonprofit, insurance, automotive, and financial:

Stephen earned an IT Security Forensics degree from PTC and is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). He is an avid public speaker and takes pride in providing each client with meaningful and actionable cybersecurity guidance.

There is a $20 connection fee for OADA member. Non-members will be charged a $50 connection fee. Register Here!

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2020-03-12 11:00:00 2020-03-12 11:00:00 America/Detroit $1,000,000 Global Ransomware Lockdown: Chronicles of a Rapid Responder Register Here! Thursday, March 12, 202011am-noon Ransomware is one of the most devastating cyber-attack methods that exists today, and these attacks are seemingly getting more difficult to prevent and recover from. Does your organization have a plan for when the lights go out, data and systems become unavailable, the phones stop working, and your core services come to a crashing halt? Join the Schneider Downs cybersecurity team as they share a stunning first-hand account of real world cyber-attacks, including a well-coordinated and crafted ransomware attack from an international threat actor that shut down global business operations for weeks and has eluded law enforcement for many years. This presentation will: Give the audience an inside look at a day in the life of an Incident Responder Provide an overview of how a ransomware attack works and showcase real-world malware samples Analyze the tactics, techniques and methods used by the threat actors Discuss controls that could have prevented or detected the malicious actions Review some of the lessons learned by those experiencing their first incident Joining us for the 60 minute presentation is Stephen Bish, Senior Cybersecurity Analyst from Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. Stephen is an innovative member of the Schneider Downs cybersecurity team with a strong background in Digital Forensics and Network Security Administration. His current areas of focus are Penetration Testing and Incident Response. Stephen is well-experienced in the delivery of the following services to industries that include government, manufacturing, higher education, medical, retail, nonprofit, insurance, automotive, and financial: Penetration Testing Digital Forensics / Incident Response Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment (NIST Framework) Purple Team Assessments Sensitive Data Discovery Evaluations (PII) Distributed Information Systems Audits Data Security Compliance Audits (PCI, HIPAA, FERPA, GDPR) Stephen earned an IT Security Forensics degree from PTC and is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). He is an avid public speaker and takes pride in providing each client with meaningful and actionable cybersecurity guidance. There is a $20 connection fee for OADA member. Non-members will be charged a $50 connection fee. Register Here! OADA Webinar