Informed IT Decisions | Ethical Hacking Story Time
Many enterprises are constantly concerned about security threats to their enterprise and many examples just in the past year have proven, the threat is real (Just ask Garmin and SolarWinds). While Excipio Consulting is great at helping with disaster recovery and business continuity plans including application mapping, criticality analysis, recovery and continuance plans, documentation, and testing, we aren’t experts in security. We leave that to trusted partners.
Excipio’s webinar, Informed IT Decisions, will showcase stories of an ethical hacker from one of our partners at NetWorks Group.
Why attend: Be alarmed, entertained, and raise awareness around real-world threats. Here are a few questions Megan Orlando, ethical hacker, and Frank Whiting will be addressing:
- How do ethical hacking engagements simulate real hacking threats?
- What are a few key takeaways from ethical hacking engagements?
- How did 2020’s push to remote work open pandora’s box for hackers?
- What strategies can lower your risk from ransomware?
They’ll also share a few stories and lessons learned from recent ethical hacking engagements, so you can learn from them.
About Networks Group
NetWorks Group helps organizations detect and respond to advanced cybersecurity threats through a powerful combination of our proprietary threat detection platform, security expertise, and security tools. We believe in helping you mature your security posture by advancing your offensive and defensive cybersecurity capabilities empowered by our world-class security operations. The close collaboration between our offensive and defensive service delivery teams has enabled us to help customers stay one step ahead of cybercriminals. This unique approach also helps you reduce costs and increase internal IT efficiency.
Our defensive services leverage big data tools to apply threat intelligence and advanced analytics to detect security incidents. The ability to actively hunt through logs to identify indicators of compromise has helped us achieve one of the fastest time to detect and lowest false positive rates in the industry.
Our offensive services provide an attacker’s view of the environment and mimic the TTP’s (tactics, techniques & procedures) of today’s hackers. This service provides a practical demonstration of risk across a variety of attack vectors.
Founded in 1997, we have over 20 years of experience delivering security services aligned with your business and compliance needs. Our team is comprised of some of the most experienced, passionate, and security-conscious people in the industry.
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Frank Whiting | Networks GroupAccount Executive at NetWorks Group
Frank combines his past experience of tech support, training, and sales with intense care and concern for the challenges his customers are facing and looks to bring insight as he works alongside them to help them accomplish their goals quicker and better than they would have on their own. In his spare time, Frank raises pigs, chickens, makes maple syrup, and enjoys the homesteading life with his wife and four kids in addition to being on the board of a couple of nonprofits and leading a scout troop.
Megan Orlando | Networks GroupSenior Penetration Tester at NetWorks Group
Highly motivated individual with a passion for InfoSec. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Information Assurance, completion of the OSCP certification, and experience leading penetration test engagements for clients across many industries. Has excellent communication skills and is able to translate highly technical information to other audiences.