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Jan 10th at
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am  ET
5:00 pm CET | 4:00 pm GMT

Host:

Speakers:

Justin Albrecht
Security Researcher, Lookout
Kristina Balaam
Lookout Staff Security Intelligence Engineer

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Speakers:

Justin Albrecht
Security Researcher, Lookout
Kristina Balaam
Lookout Staff Security Intelligence Engineer

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The Dangers of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Groups and What Enterprise Security Teams Need to Know

APTs are often thought of as primarily targeting governments for cyber espionage. However in reality, they could have just as much impact on the private sector. The techniques and tactics used by APTs frequently overlap with financially-motivated cybercriminals, and some APT groups themselves have taken to moonlighting as cybercriminals for profit.

With such advanced and well-funded operations, APTs cause significantly more risk to any organization’s financials, reputation, supply chains, and compliance standing than ever before. 

Join Justin Albrecht, Global Director of Threat Intelligence, and Kristina Balaam, Staff Security Intelligence Researcher, as they dissect: 

  • The evolution of APT groups and the overlap with other cybercrime groups 
  • Why APT tactics and interests should concern the enterprise 
  • Lookout’s recent discovery of WyrmSpy and DragonEgg — two pieces of mobile surveillanceware developed by APT 41

Host:

Speakers:

Justin Albrecht
Security Researcher, Lookout
Kristina Balaam
Lookout Staff Security Intelligence Engineer

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