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



Ken Saganowski
Director of Technical Advisory, MOXFIVE
Tyler Croak
Principal Strategist, Lookout

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Ken Saganowski
Director of Technical Advisory, MOXFIVE
Tyler Croak
Principal Strategist, Lookout

On November 22, 2023, Broadcom Inc. completed its acquisition of VMware, Inc.,  and on December 7, 2023, Broadcom CEO Hock Tan announced his intention to  divest the End-User Computing Division (EUC).  Global investment firm KKR announced on February 26, 2024, that it has signed a definitive agreement with Broadcom to acquire the EUC Division.  Learn more about the pending acquisition.

Understanding the Modern Kill Chain To Keep Data Secure in 2024

Analyzing Scattered Spider and APT41

Scattered Spider: The cybercrime group behind the MGM Resorts data breach costing an estimated $100 million1.

APT41: A notorious Chinese APT that recently developed two mobile surveillanceware tools, WyrmSpy and DragonEgg, to target over 100 public and private sector organizations2.

These two groups represent a global shift among threat actors – focusing on mobile devices to quietly compromise credentials, apps, and data. Join Tyler Croak, Principal Strategist at Lookout, and Ken Saganowski, Director of Technical Advisory at MOXFIVE, in this 30-minute session, to learn:

  • How the traditional kill chain has evolved 
  • What modern tactics are being used to trick your users
  • What happens after an attacker gains access - A real-life Scattered Spider example
  • How to detect an intruder in your system
  • What immediate actions you can take today to protect data in 2024





Ken Saganowski
Director of Technical Advisory, MOXFIVE
Tyler Croak
Principal Strategist, Lookout

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