Webinar: MITRE ATT&CK APT29 Evaluation: A Technical Review of BlackBerry Optics

Join the MITRE ATT&CK APT29 Evaluation: A Technical Review of BlackBerry Optics webinar on-demand. This presentation will cover how BlackBerry detects attacks used by the APT29 threat group, who are reportedly working with Russian intelligence.

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Attack techniques used for this evaluation include:

  • PowerShell and WMI attacks
  • Spearphishing
  • Smash-and-grab collection/exfiltration methodologies

The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a global knowledge base of threat actor’s techniques and tactics drawn from real-world cyber attacks. Attendees of this webinar will learn how BlackBerry® Optics helps cybersecurity practitioners detect and investigate real-world threats like APT29.


Tom Pace
VP, Global Enterprise Solutions

Tom Pace is the VP of Global Enterprise Solutions at BlackBerry. In this role, Tom ensures best-in class services delivery as well as technical expertise throughout the entire service offering lifecycle. Tom leverages his experience from the federal government, large financial institutions, and the military to provide strategic solutions to secure organizations. Over the course of his career, he has created a plethora of programs and strategies to ensure the effectiveness and success of cybersecurity teams and organizations.

Matthiew Morin
Senior Product Manager

Matthiew Morin is a Senior Product Manager at BlackBerry for our Endpoint Detect and Response solution, CylanceOPTICS. Prior to that, he played a key role on the BlackBerry Incident Response Team that found and remediated the massive data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in 2015.