Understanding fileless attacks is a critical component of keeping your organization secure from modern cyber threats. Join BlackBerry Cylance Chief Evangelist Brian Robison as he covers what defines a fileless attack and how you can avoid falling victim to them.
We will explore various types of fileless threats ranging from strictly memory-resident payloads to malware that merely avoids storing malicious executables on-disk. We will examine the difference between living-off-the-land attacks and multi-stage advanced threats, which include some fileless elements within the attack chain.
Most importantly, you will learn to protect your organization from many different types of fileless attacks. These threats require a stronger response than traditional, file-based, antivirus countermeasures can provide. BlackBerry Cylance has engineered several tools and techniques capable of preventing fileless threats from executing. These include:
Register for this webinar today and secure your organization from the threat of fileless attacks.
Speaker Bio: Brian Robison is the Chief Evangelist at BlackBerry Cylance, where he educates the world that preventing cybersecurity threats is actually possible and a much better approach than detecting and responding after the attack. Prior to joining Cylance, Robison spent five years helping secure corporate data on mobile devices—three years at Citrix as Director of Technical Marketing and two years driving enterprise product strategy at Good Technology. Before moving into the mobile security space, Robison’s career focused on endpoint security and risk and compliance. At McAfee, he led the effort to bring ePolicy Orchestrator into the modern age as well as managing the vulnerability management and policy compliance solutions. Prior to McAfee, Robison held many roles over his seven-year career at Tripwire, Inc.
Earn One CPE Credit When You Attend
This webinar is eligible for your continuing professional education credit. Attendees in the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 Program will earn one credit for attending this webinar.