For any organization functioning in today’s digital landscape, data breaches are inevitable. It is no longer about if, but when – and how an organization should respond.
In this webinar, our subject matter experts will walk through three attack scenarios based on recent engagements. We will describe the risks, key issues and recommended solutions for each situation. The first scenario will cover incident response for an "assumed breach" engagement; the second scenario will explore commonly overlooked issues in the manufacturing of medical equipment; and the third scenario will discuss the compromise of a cloud environment and related mitigation assistance.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
Articulate the risks posed by common misconfigurations and how they come about
Explain what attackers look for and how they identify problems in these common scenarios
Summarize the “insider take” on what to do and how best to address these issues
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Dante is an Associate Director in the Attack and Penetration Testing Practice at Protiviti. Dante worked in the information technology industry for over 10 years before shifting to the information security and offensive security testing industry in which he has worked for the past 11 years. Dante currently leads Protiviti’s Philadelphia Security Lab. He received a B.S. in Information Security from Wilmington University.
Mike is a Director in Protiviti’s Orlando office. His main focus areas are PCI-DSS assessments, penetration testing, IT SOX, incident response & computer forensics, and information security reviews. Mike has experience serving clients across multiple industries, including: hospitality, healthcare (payer and provider), financial services, insurance, and restaurant & retail. Mike has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida, and a Graduate Certificate in Computer Forensics, also from the University of Central Florida.
Matthew is a Senior Manager in the Emerging Technologies Group at the Philadelphia Protiviti office with over 12 years of IT security experience. He received a B.S. in Information Science & Technology and a M.S. in Information Science & Assurance from Drexel University. He has performed penetration testing, social engineering, and security testing with medical device manufactures, embedded device developers, hospitals, logistics organizations, disaster recovery organizations, banks, and the healthcare insurance/service industries.
Leo is a Senior Manager in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice and based out of Chicago. He has 7+ years of experience with a specialty in cloud security and cybersecurity strategy. He primarily partners with financial services clients to deliver solutions that achieve their business and security objectives. At Protiviti, he has led engagements around cloud security strategy, security program management, and M&A due diligence.