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    On-Demand Webinar: How To Think Like A Threat Actor

    Original Intel from Uptycs Threat Research
    Duration: 60 mins

     

    Worried about where the next attack is coming from? We’ve got your back.

    One of the most important steps to preventing a cybersecurity breach is understanding your adversary.

    The latest Uptycs threat research will help you get a leg up on the bad guys. Amit Malik and Ashwin Vamshi from Uptycs join Threatpost host Becky Bracken to walk through their latest research, explain what it means to organizations and answer specific questions from the audience.

    A Few Highlights:

    • Commonly abused commands and utilities in Linux, macOS and Windows

    • Malware families seen most prevalently seen across platforms

    • Active threat actors and recent targeted malware attacks

    • Important vulnerabilities to prioritize across platforms

    • Steps you can take to detect these actions and improve your security

    Meet Our Speakers

    Meet Amit and Ashwin, representing the Uptycs Threat Research Team.

    Amit Malik

    Head of Threat Research

    Amit Malik

    Head of Threat Research

    Amit is Head of Uptycs Threat Research Team. He has a specialization in threat detection, threat intelligence and security architecture. Prior to Uptycs, he has worked with leading cybersecurity companies like Mcafee, Fireeye and Netskope. He holds multiple patents in the area of threat detection and analysis. He actively contributes to security communities through blogs, trainings and tools.

     
     

     

    Ashwin Vamshi

    Security Research Lead

    Ashwin Vamshi

    Security Research Lead

    Ashwin is a security researcher with an innate interest in APTs, targeted attacks and malware with high media attention. He has more than a decade of experience in areas related to antivirus, firewall, IDS/IPS, web categorization, sandbox, heuristic engines, threat intelligence, and cloud security. His research on cyber attacks and threats has been quoted in several infosec magazines and online media portals.