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Beneath the surface of Maui ransomware: what we know and what we don't
The Maui ransomware threat to health services has dominated the media wires this July. Stairwell Principal Reverse Engineer Silas Cutler, whose research was referenced in the CyberSecurity Advisory that heightened awareness, shares technical insights about what we know about Maui and what researchers are still trying to understand.

Whether you are protecting a healthcare organization or interested in learning more about how ransomware works, join us in this webinar. Silas will share highlights from his research and invite a robust Q & A.

Silas will cover:

o What is currently known about Maui ransomware and the threat actors behind it.
o The deep analysis that contributed to our current understanding.
o How ransomware typically works and how Maui differs.
o Live Q and A to address your questions.

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Silas Cutler
Principal Reverse Engineer @Stairwell
Silas’ research on Maui ransomware was included in the CISA advisory published on July 6, 2022. Previous research includes People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) cyber operations, including GOLDBACKDOOR and over a decade of research on nation-state cyber activity, including WhisperGate.