Connecting the Dots: The Evolving Threat Landscape [Webinar]

Posted by Alexa Villanueva on Tue, Nov 21, 2017

bigstock-Abstract-digital-background-wi-113433443.jpgCYBER THREATS ARE EVOLVING AND SO MUST YOUR DEFENSES

In this one hour webinar, BrandProtect Identity Theft Services Director, Dylan Sachs and BrandProtect Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst, Marilee Philen will review the latest industry data on cyber threat trends, discuss how social engineering and phishing attacks are constantly changing in today’s market and review advanced defensive and proactive strategies which can better secure companies from the compliance, business, and reputational risks that successful cyber attacks cause.

Join us for our webinar on Thursday, December 7 to learn:

  • How social engineering helps threat actors develop information on their targets.
  • Ways to deny (or at least minimize) threat actors the information needed to develop and ultimately execute a cyber-attack.
  • The latest on attack trends, evolution and defensive strategies.


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Dylan Sachs, Director, Identity Theft at BrandProtect, heads the Incident Response Team, which handles all identity theft incidents targeting BrandProtect clients. Leveraging his technical and customer service background, Dylan works directly with many Fortune 500 national and international banks to help better protect their customers through developing anti-phishing and identity theft strategies. 

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Marilee Philen joined the BrandProtect Threat Analyst team in early 2015. At BrandProtect, she is engaged with threat analysis for financial institutions and other top tier clients, specializing in cyber and social media threats, and incident investigations.

Philen is an ex-USAF Intelligence Analyst, with a 20+ year career in intelligence collection, analysis, and reporting.  She served with the U.S. Air Forces-Europe, U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command, and the U.S. Strategic Command Center (USSTRATCOM).


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Topics: Phishing, webinar, Social Engineering, cyber security, cyber threat trends

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