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The State of Ransomware: 2016 Survey Findings

Ransomware has become one of the biggest cyber security threats in the world, with instances of ransomware in exploit kits increasing about 44% in the last six months. The business of ransomware is on pace to be a $1 billion a year crime.

Through an exclusive survey with Osterman Research of more than 500 CIOs, CISOs and IT Directors in the U.S., Canada, Germany and the U.K., Malwarebytes is dedicated to helping businesses prevent ransomware. Download this webinar and hear directly from Michael Osterman on this research.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  • Most impacted industries
  • Common attack vectors
  • Overall impact on businesses

The Big Business of Cybercrime: New Threats and Tactics

Cybercrime is big business because it works. And because it works, it’s a growing industry attracting smart criminals. As these attacks increase in speed and sophistication, organizations need to be able to recognize the patterns and disarm the threat within seconds before your company data is held hostage. Attend this webinar to learn where the threat landscape is headed and gain insight into what steps you should be considering to counter it.

Key takeaways include:

  • Identifying potential risks from ads on trusted websites
  • Recognizing mobile / desktop Ransomware and how to protect against it
  • How to tell if your CEO is being spoofed

Ransomware & Malvertising: Dominating the Threat Landscape

Malvertising is becoming more sophisticated and prevalent--and is the vehicle of choice for injecting ransomware.

As these attacks increase, you need to be able to recognize the patterns and disarm the threat within seconds before your company data is held hostage.

Better understand of the impact of malvertising and ransomware. Learn some of the biggest misconceptions, and see how these attacks are delivered and why your company may be at risk--without you even knowing it.

- The growth in malvertising and malvertising-based ransomware.
- A better understanding of the tactics and techniques cybercriminals use to deliver and cover up their malvertising campaigns.
- Tools and solutions to help detect, eliminate, and protect your business.

Speakers: Dana Torgersen, Adam Kujawa & John Pescatore (SANS Analyst)

The Hidden Enemy: Malvertising and Ransomware

Malvertising is increasing in sophistication and prevalence, and often being used to distribute ransomware. According to the FBI, criminals are netting an estimated $325–500 million a year through these scams. But while the FBI is warning of a rise in ransomware, they are at a loss when it comes to how to handle it: “The ransomware is that good,” says Joseph Bonavolonta, the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s CYBER and Counterintelligence Program in its Boston office. “To be honest, we often advise people just to pay the ransom.”

As malvertising-based infections (including ransomware) in businesses increase, questions will arise on who is accountable – ad networks, site owners, or owners of the ad content? If your company is a victim, and the FBI is just advising to pay the ransom, can you begin to seek legal remedy against the ad networks or content owners that were the vector for the infection?

This webinar gives the audience a better understanding of the impact of malvertising and ransomware. It will also tackle some of the biggest misconceptions, latest tactics/incidents, how these attacks are delivered and why your company may be at risk without you even knowing it.

  • The growth in malvertising and malvertising-based ransomware
  • A better understanding of the tactics and techniques cybercriminals use to deliver and cover up their malvertising campaigns
  • Tools and solutions to help detect, eliminate, and protect your business

Securing the Internet of Old Things (IoOT)

Attack surfaces continue to grow, especially as businesses add endpoints and permit new Internet of Things (IoT) to connect to their network. That’s why it’s more important than ever to evolve security to meet today’s changing device and threat landscapes. Join Malwarebytes and G.W. Ray Davidson with SANS Institute as we drill down deeper on recent findings from the SANS 2016 Endpoint Security Survey.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • How time plays a critical factor in your incident response capabilities
  • The importance of focusing on IoOT as well as IoT
  • How you can prevent malicious attacks and simplify remediation efforts

Endpoint Security Survey 2016: The Evolving Definition of Endpoints

The SANS 2016 survey attempts to define what an endpoint is and explore what types of endpoints are most targeted and why. This webcast will present the first half of the survey results, which are presented in a two-part webcast. It focuses on the evolving definition of endpoints and how that influences endpoint security today.

Attendees will learn:

  • The types of devices respondents are connecting to their networks and whether or not theyre considered endpoints that need protection policies
  • The types of endpoints are actually covered by organizational policies and tools
  • The types of endpoints being breached most often and what breach types are on the horizon
  • How long it takes to disinfect an endpoint completely and whether or not organizations know they’ve removed every artifact

Endpoint Security Survey 2016: The Evolving Definition of Endpoints

The SANS 2016 survey attempts to define what an endpoint is and explore what types of endpoints are most targeted and why. This webcast will present the first half of the survey results, which are presented in a two-part webcast. It focuses on the evolving definition of endpoints and how that influences endpoint security today.

Attendees will learn:

  • The types of devices respondents are connecting to their networks and whether or not theyre considered endpoints that need protection policies
  • The types of endpoints are actually covered by organizational policies and tools
  • The types of endpoints being breached most often and what breach types are on the horizon
  • How long it takes to disinfect an endpoint completely and whether or not organizations know they’ve removed every artifact

Surviving 2016: Protecting Your Business From Advanced Cyber Threats

While traditional security practices still apply in today’s threat landscape, the advanced threats seen in 2015 make it clear that the basics are no longer enough to protect your company. With that in mind, join us as we highlight 10 tips for surviving this year—focusing on what to do and what not to do--to prevent cybercrime in 2016.

2015: The Year of the Flash Zero-Days

Throughout 2015, there seemed to be a never ending exploit of Adobe Flash. Every time a patch was released, cybercriminals found another security hole. And IT admins everywhere struggled to keep pace with the patches. Who knows what the zero-day exploits will be in 2016? But if history is any indication, the proliferation of exploits will continue and leave your employees at risk even while using the programs they trust. Attend this webinar to watch our Malware Intelligence team break down this year's Flash zero-days and learn steps you can take to ensure your business has a secure 2016.

Launch, Detect, Evolve: The Mutation of Malware Webinar

In order to hit their targets, malware developers need to constantly evolve their tactics. This evolution is frequently done in very small incremental changes to known malware attacks. Today, malicious developers know their malware has a short half-life before detection. In order to optimize their efforts, cyber criminals now modify their “products” just enough to evade detection a little bit longer.

Join this intensive webinar to learn:
New malware tactics researchers and analysts are confronting on a daily basis
How cyber criminals are using Crypters to evade detection
What you can do to proactively protect your business from future challenges

Speakers: Adam Kujawa, Head of Malware Intelligence, Malwarebytes

Psychological Warfare: How CyberCriminals Mess With Your Mind

Today’s cyber attacks utilize themost complex threat technologies to infiltrate users' computers. Yet much ofthe danger actually lies outside of the code. When attackers combine atechnological attack with psychology—a social engineering tactic similar toadvertising—their reach and effectiveness increases greatly. While most of thesecurity industry is focused on employing new monitoring systems and patchingsecurity holes, at the end of the day, the ultimate target for cyber criminals is the users themselves.

Your Layered Security Defenses are Riddled with Holes…
Here’s what to do instead

As attacks became increasingly diverse, numerous and sophisticated, organizations need to take a multi-layered approach to security that goes well beyond traditional endpoint anti-virus and other point solutions. In this webcast, independent information security expert, Kevin Beaver, and Adam Kujawa, Head of Malware Intelligence with Malwarebytes will discuss the holes in a typical layered security approach, share stories, and outline specific technical, procedural, and human defense measures you have to have in order to have a truly successful information security program.

Understanding Zero-Day Attacks and Gaining Control

Zero-days are no longer only used in targeted attacks or by nation states. Mainstream exploit kits are also leveraging them to distribute some of the most vicious malware, such as ransomware. The threat is real and the business risks are immeasurable. In this webcast, independent information security expert, Kevin Beaver, and Jerome Segura, Sr. Security Researcher with Malwarebytes will discuss the big-picture challenges and solutions associated with zero-day exploits and malware against the enterprise. You'll learn specific ways to address your zero-day risks along with how to effectively block and respond to exploit attempts on your network in order to minimize the impact to your business.

An Inside View of a Zero-Day Campaign

At a recent SC Congress eSymposium, Malwarebytes' malware crushing experts delivered an insightful look inside a zero-day malware attack campaign. Since traditional anti-virus approaches leverage lists of known malware to protect against attacks, they can become minimally effective at protecting against zero-day campaigns which are being introduced into the cyber ecosystem for the first time.

Exploits: How they work and how to crush them

Audience: Geared for the IT administrator, but open to anyone interested in cyber security.
What are exploits? How do they work? What makes them so dangerous? And what can be done to protect your users and network against exploit-based attacks? Learn this and more as Malwarebytes researchers tackle one of the most dangerous forms of cyber attack facing businesses today. The webinar will close with a live Q&A session, so you can have your questions answered directly.

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