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LMTV Live | Modern Attack Vectors – A Compounded Headache (with Andrew Vladimirov)

EVENT START TIME: 9:30 AM PST - Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

This week we will be talking with Andrew Vladimirov of Arhont Information Security, about the new tricks hackers are using to get their hands on your data and do other nasty things.

Before you implement counter information security measures, do you know what you are protecting against? Do you understand the actual risks your business faces and the attacker strategies that are used?

Determined and skilled hackers employ a combination of social engineering and technical (client/server/application/database/all 7 OSI layers network) attack means which interchange subject to how events unfold and where the next available gap can be found. Until you fully understand how an attacker approaches work in combination of these methods and how these create compounded risks, you will continue building virtual Maginot lines and gasping at being outflanked yet another time. 

In this LMTV session we will discuss the how hackers combining social engineering and technical attacks, make the most devastating and difficult to protect against today.  We will suggest ways you should start planning against these.

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