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Cybercrime and Threat Mitigation for Financial Institutions
April 10, 2018 | 11:00AM-12:00PM EST (1hr)
Presenter: Jeremy Conway, Chief Technology Officer, MAD Security
Cybersecurity criminals have generated billions of dollars of profit by constantly developing new attacks against organizations with banks having seen a tremendous surge in these types of crimes. These attack vectors include strategies such as mobile malware, fake mobile banking applications, web skimming, crypto-jacking, software subversion, and many others. In this webinar, we will examine these attacks and analyze them one by one to ensure a full understanding of not only the threat these attacks pose, but how to effectively select and implement the best prevention and mitigation strategy possible for each of these vectors.
What you’ll learn:
- How to analyze attack vectors for familiarization and understand the most widely seen and most effective attacks currently being carried out against financial institutions
- Explore how to effectively implement threat mitigation strategies with procedural and operational changes
- Define for understanding the constant but predictable evolution of these attackers and their attacks
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About Jeremy Conway
Jeremy Conway is responsible for developing MAD Security’s vision for technology and security services. He has over 20 years of experience in the information security field and is recognized as an industry expert and innovator. Jeremy is a published author and renowned public speaker often sought after for his ability to present technical cybersecurity research and subject matters in an easy to digest format, leaving audiences well educated and informed. He draws upon his past experience and expertise of recently founding and building a highly successful security assessment company, to having played an active and vital role in securing some of the largest networks in the world for customers such as NASA, the US Army, and the US Department of Defense. Jeremy’s formal education includes a master’s degree in information security, and a bachelor’s degree in computer science with a minor in mathematics. He holds numerous industry and professional certifications.