Inside a Ransomware Attack: Chronicles of a Rapid Responder

Ransomware is one of the most devastating cyber-attack methods today, and these attacks are seemingly getting more challenging to prevent and recover from.

Join the Schneider Downs Cybersecurity team as we share a real-world experience of a large-scale ransomware attack that threatened global business operations. We will walk you through the realities of this well-coordinated and crafted ransomware attack by:

  • Analyzing the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used by the threat actors
  • Discussing controls that could have prevented or detected the malicious actions
  • Providing accounts of lessons learned by those experiencing the incident

Attendees qualify for 1 CPE credit, and a webinar replay will be made available to all registrants. Learn more at /cybersecurity or contact us at contactsd@schneiderdowns.com for more information.

About Schneider Downs Cybersecurity

The Schneider Downs cybersecurity practice consists of experts offering a comprehensive set of information technology security services, including penetration testing, intrusion prevention/detection review, ransomware security, vulnerability assessments and a robust digital forensics and incident response team. In addition, our Digital Forensics and Incident Response teams are available 24x7x365 at 1-800-993-8937 if you suspect or are experiencing a network incident of any kind.

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