05-19-2020 08:50 AM
As healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and local governments work round the clock to respond to and provide effective treatment options to the COVID-19 pandemic, APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) groups are ramping up their attacks on these institutions, as highlighted by the recently issued joint alert by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Attacks range from password spraying to looking for vulnerabilities in unpatched software to leveraging previously observed threats such as phishing. The goal is simple – to steal identities, and research related to potential vaccines.
When you attend you’ll learn about:
- New and increasing cyberattack campaigns on healthcare and essential services
- How BloxOne™ Threat Defense can help you better identify and block these new threats
- Protecting sensitive data and extending enterprise DNS security to remote employees
- Identifying and mitigating criminal and nation-state cyber espionage domains
- Tagging COVID-19 related indicators of compromise (IOCs)
- Alerting your existing security awareness applications of identified threats faster
Srikrupa Srivatsan, Director, Cybersecurity Product Marketing, Infoblox
Srikrupa has 20 plus years of experience in technology in various roles including software development, product management and product marketing. Currently, as Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, she is responsible for messaging, positioning and bringing to market Infoblox’s security solutions that optimize operations and provide foundational security against known and zero-day threats. She has an MBA from University of California, Haas School of Business and a Computer Science Engineering degree.
Chris Usserman, Principal Security Architect, Infoblox Federal
Chris Usserman is a principal threat intelligence subject matter expert with Infoblox bringing 29+ years of combined intelligence and cyber operations experience. He currently assists clients with understanding and incorporating cyber business intelligence to mature client cyber security programs. Chris’s focus is on US government, followed by commercial ventures. Chris has been invited on numerous occasions to speak on the subject of DNS and cyber security at conferences around the world. Prior to Infoblox, Chris worked at iSIGHT Partners for over 3 years as a Sr. Director, Applied Intelligence, and Director, Government Programs. Chris was also a Lead Research Scientist at Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Technology Laboratories, and in parallel, 20+ years in the US intelligence community.