You’ve likely heard of cyberattacks but unless you’ve experienced one for yourself, it is easy to think it’ll never happen to you. However, the threat of a cyberattack isn’t something to be taken lightly and the damage that may occur from a poor incident response can be detrimental to an organization. In this webinar, we’ll offer a different viewpoint of cyberattacks and incident response by exploring the process an attacker takes in successful cyberattacks.
- Define cyberattack and incident response.
- Discuss the risks of a cyberattack.
- Explore the MITRE ATT&CK framework for cyberattacks.
- Compare and contrast real-life scenarios.
- Summarize best practices and next steps.
Kyle Hendrickson, Director of Cybersecurity | Eide Bailly
Kyle Hendrickson has been in Information Technology leadership roles for the past two decades, spending the last 15 years leading Cybersecurity Teams and providing strategic guidance for C-Suites. During this time, he built multiple IT and Cybersecurity groups from the ground up – creating the vision and enabling the resources to keep important data and systems safe and secure. Most recently Kyle was responsible for building the cyber defense capability at a regional financial institution focused on improving visibility to all systems while reducing the attack surface of the organization.
Tim DeWaard, Sr. Director of Sales Engineering | Arctic Wolf
Tim has 24 years of IT experience ranging from IT infrastructure, managed services, data protection, information security, disaster recovery/business continuity, and cyber security. Tim is currently leading a team of sales engineers for Arctic Wolf and is focused on helping clients reduce and ultimately eliminate cyber risk.
CPE Credit: 1
Field of Study: Information Technology
Level of Knowledge: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Additional Information: This is a Group-Internet Based Webinar. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding a complaint and/or program cancellation policies, please contact Amy DeGeorge.