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Stop focusing on the ransomware, start focusing on the access brokers
Digital technologies to support remote working, contactless payments, online entertainment and other physical distancing needs during the crisis have been a boon for TMT companies.

However, the rapid rollout of technology has also created some big challenges for the industry. In a recent survey, TMT respondents identified the shortage of skilled workers to support the digital demand and increased cyber threats as their second and fourth top risks, respectively.

In this session, we will explore which operational and engineering vulnerabilities cybercriminals are targeting and exploiting in the media and telecommunications verticals.

We will focus on various specialized services which have appeared in the cyber underground to facilitate these attacks and what organizations should be focusing on to avoid falling victims to these attacks.

In this briefing you will learn:
- Why attackers are focusing on the media in telecommunications sector
- How ransomware is driving the appearance of a whole industry focused on obtaining access to organizations
- How to avoid falling victim to actors intent on gaining access to your organisation and compromising your business and its assets

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Duration - 45 minutes

Sep 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Maurits Lucas
Director of Intelligence Solutions @Intel 471
Maurits Lucas is Director of Intelligence Solutions at Intel 471, where he specializes in bridging the gap between technology and business. Maurits has held various positions in Cyber Threat Intelligence and IT Security over the past 17 years and is a subject matter expert on cybercrime, presenting his research and providing his thought-leadership to distinguished audiences around the world.