Ransomware strikes organizations almost every two seconds, and tales of bad actors doing their worst fill the InfoSec news cycle. But what happens when the hackers get hacked?

Last year, the Conti ransomware group got a taste of their own cyber-medicine when their playbook, chat sessions, and other critical information ended up on the Dark Web. 

So what important lessons can we learn from a situation like this? How do these cybercriminal organizations operate? What are their business models? What is their level of experience? And most importantly, how can we avoid their tactics?

Join James McQuiggan, Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, for this informative webinar to learn about:

•  The tactics, techniques, and procedures used by various cybercriminal groups, including including ransomware service

•  Understanding the modus operandi of these group

•  How to spot these attacks, and why training your end-users is you best line of defense

Let their misfortune be your opportunity to flip the tables before you become a victim!

Attendees are eligible to receive 1 CPE credit.

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James McQuiggan
Security Awareness Advocate, KnowBe4
James McQuiggan, CISSP, is a 20-year security veteran and Security Awareness Advocate for KnowBe4. James is also a part-time faculty professor at Valencia College in the Engineering, Computer Programming & Technology Division. Within the Central Florida community, he is the President of the Central Florida (ISC)2 Chapter and a Trustee Board member with the Center for Cyber Safety and Education. James has worked as a Product & Solution Security Officer, Information Security analyst, and network security engineer. He has consulted and supported various corporate divisions on cybersecurity standards, information security awareness, and securing product networks.
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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld

Tom has been part of the SecureWorld team for over 14 years. He has launched several of the regional conferences we hold today. Tom is currently responsible for SecureWorld Digital, which provides educational content to the SecureWorld audience. He produces, executes, and moderates the majority of the Remote Sessions webcasts while also working closely with the SecureWorld event directors to build relevant agendas at the regional conferences.