Ransomware Training - One Day Class
Ransomware is an epidemic. In the blink of an eye, everything from your financial records to emails to file shares have been encrypted, possibly never to be seen again. This is the nightmare that organizations around the world have faced, as they grapple with the most destructive and terrifying of all cyberattacks. Today, ransomware is often the last stage of a data breach, launched by criminals after they have already stolen massive volumes of data. Exposure threats are on the rise, as criminals threaten to publish data if they don’t receive their payment.
Our ransomware training class teaches you how to respond to ransomware effectively and efficiently. We’ll show you modern ransomware strains in action, including videos and screenshots, and point out key indicators that can facilitate early detection. Then we’ll delve into core elements of the response: triage, evidence preservation, scoping, negotiation, decryption, and more. Finally, we’ll discuss whether ransomware is also a data breach, and how to handle potentially long-term consequences. This ransomware training class includes simple steps you can take to reduce your risk of a ransomware attack and respond effectively, now and in the future.
What you will learn:
- Identify early indicators of compromise for ransomware cases
- Stop ransomware before it takes over your network
- Effectively contain ransomware
- Understand how and why to preserve evidence in ransomware cases
- Describe an effective ransom negotiation strategy
- Decrypt data safely and efficiently
- Support ongoing legal, public relations, and other business activities related to the ransomware recovery
1: Ransomware Tactics and Detection
2: Scoping and Breach Risk
3: Negotiation and Decryption
Hands on labs.
$995 Late Registration ends May 9th, 2022
Chief Executive Officer
Sherri Davidoff is the CEO of LMG Security and the author of Data Breaches: Crisis and Opportunity. As a recognized expert in cybersecurity, she has been called a “security badass” by the New York Times. Sherri is a regular instructor at the renowned Black Hat trainings and a faculty member at the Pacific Coast Banking School. She is also the co-author of Network Forensics: Tracking Hackers Through Cyberspace (Prentice Hall, 2012), and has been featured as the protagonist in the book, Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called “Alien.” Sherri is a GIAC-certified forensic examiner (GCFA) and penetration tester (GPEN) and received her degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from MIT. Her latest book, “Ransomware and Cyber Extortion,” will be published this year.
Director of Training and Response
Matt Durrin is the Director of Training and Research at LMG Security and a Senior Consultant with the organization. He is an instructor at the international Black Hat USA conference, where he has taught classes on ransomware and data breaches. Matt has conducted cybersecurity seminars, tabletop exercises and classes for thousands of attendees in all sectors, including banking, retail, healthcare, government, and more. A seasoned cybersecurity and IT professional, Matt specializes in ransomware response and research, as well as deployment of proactive cybersecurity solutions. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Montana, and his malware research has been featured on NBC Nightly News.