The Fine Art of Stepping on the Same Rake, Next Chapter.

Our new installment of threat intelligence techniques of learning from mistakes of others before making your own. We will discuss the most common mistakes companies still make leading to aggravating their security posture from bad to worse. We will dissect examples like ransomware attacks and negotiations, data exposures, and developers’ mistakes.
Alex Holden | 03, 19 2024 | 61 min
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Securing Elections 2024

With the US elections still months away, history indicates that they will be targeted by cyber attacks from various sources. Safeguarding the integrity of our election process is a complex task, with much of it falling within the purview of cybersecurity. From potential disinformation campaigns to cyber attacks, impersonations, and large-scale outages, almost every imaginable threat vector could come into play during the upcoming election year. In our session, we will examine past and present patterns to chart a course for minimizing cyber interference in the 2024 elections.
Alex Holden | 02, 08 2024 | 58 min

Forward to Cyber Security 2024

Rather than relying on crystal ball predictions, we will examine patterns of evolution of cyber threats and cyber defenses over the recent past. We’ll explore significant shifts in the threat landscape, spanning from hacktivism and ransomware to the advancement of AI and increase of insider threats. Join us as we look forward to the foreseeable future of cybersecurity.

Alex Holden | 01, 09 2024 | 60 min

Getting ROI from monitoring the Dark Web

Is it enough to be preoccupied with monitoring our perimeter and fending off attacks against our systems? No! This focus overlooks the root cause of these attacks originating from the Dark Web, where malicious actors congregate. By intelligently monitoring the Dark Web, we can strengthen our defenses and better address the evolving threats. It’s crucial to extend our vigilance beyond our own organization and encompass our supply chain and cloud by gaining visibility into the Dark Web.

Alex Holden | 07, 26 2023 | 59 min

Cyber Ethics

One may argue that the difference between a cyber security professional and a cyber criminal is a set of ethical beliefs. Over time our ethics change for the best, but we also get tested by circumstances. Is it ethical to pay ransom? Is it ethical to disclose a vulnerability? Are all pen tests ethics correct? In this presentation we will dive into modern challenges with ethics in cyber security.

Alex Holden | 06, 06 2023 | 59 min

Russian Hacktivism Unmasked

Before the war in Ukraine if a large group of hackers would attack US financial systems, military suppliers, airports, or healthcare providers, this type of an event would basis for a serious conflict and sanctions. Yet, over the past year these events became normal with little coverage and advice from law enforcement to brace for

Alex Holden | 02, 16 2023 | 60 min

Cyber Security: Past, Present, and Future – 2023 Edition

At the beginning of the year, many people make their predictions of what the new year would bring to cyber security, and usually they are more wrong than right. In this presentation, we will try to look at the past and present to predict the future. While we still won’t be able to predict everything, we can rely on history to predict what tomorrow would bring. We will focus on ransomware reality, cyber warfare, vulnerabilities, and technology advancements, as well as AI and quantum computing.

Alex Holden | 01, 25 2023 | 57 min

Cyber Warfare - Get Ready!

In light of the current war escalated by Russia against Ukraine, the cyber threat landscape is taking a significant change. Join me to discuss the following topics as the situation intensifies. Change of general threat landscape For-profit Dark Web commerce changes Hacktivism flares and setbacks Cyberwarfare impact and expectations Disinformation and war-profiteering. We will also try to answer audience questions based on available intelligence.

Alex Holden | 02, 28 2022 | 63 min

Cyber War Without Rules – Russia vs Ukraine

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine moved into cyberspace almost a decade ago. Now the things are just getting worse. In a war of stolen or ransomed data and in a war of disinformation, any weapon can work. We will take an exclusive inside look into the current developments as well as at a history of the conflict.
Alex Holden | 02, 10 2022 | 60 min

Thinking Beyond Ransomware – It’s Not All About the Bitcoin

In a previous (ISC)2 webcast, we had a speaker say that organizations should look at ransomware “as an inevitable event or incident”. Ransomware attacks not only hit companies financially, but can impact their data, access and operations. And it has a ripple effect as we’ve seen disruptions in supply lines for fuel, utilities, food supply and other supply chains. Organizations need to focus on not just their security and threat awareness for their employees and partners, but also building resiliency and reducing unnecessary access.

Alex Holden | 12, 16 2021 | 56 min

Pen Testing for NOT Dummies

Pen Testing is a vital part of a company’s cybersecurity defense strategy. Still, many companies rely on tools to do the testing often missing the critical techniques used by cybercriminals. We will discuss tips and tricks for effective Pen Testing as well as common mistakes and how you can avoid them.
Alex Holden | 09, 27 2021 | 61 min
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