Insights into Incident Response – A View from the Front Lines

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The tools and techniques of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors are constantly evolving, putting pressure on organizations to regularly review and enhance their security posture and defense readiness.

Organizations can take a range of approaches to improve the way they detect, respond to and contain advanced attacks. Key to the way they organize their defenses and incident response plans is intelligence gleaned from analysts and research reports.

This webinar will call on a range of industry experts to deliver their findings and best practice advice on the issue of incident response. FireEye will be presenting on the key insights drawn from its M-Trends 2015 report, compiled from hundreds of incident response investigations. 

 Topics for discussion include:

  • The length of time typically have access to victims’ environments
  • Third party compromises – how many companies are affected and how to detect
  • The complexity of attribution as the lines blur between tactics used by cyber-criminals and nation-state actors
  • The stealthy new tactics cyber-criminals deploy in order to move laterally and maintain persistence in victim environments.


Roger Francis

Roger Francis Strategic Consultant, FireEye

    Ian Glover

    President, CREST

      Mark  Skilton

      Digital Expert and Professor, Warwick Business School & PA Consulting

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