Detect Live February 2021: Tracking and Detecting Sunburst (And the Next Big One) In Your Network

Live Webinar – Thursday, February 25th 2021

8am PT | 11am ET | 4pm GMT

 

Featuring

Costin Raiu

Director of Global Research and Analysis at Kaspersky

 

Joe Gehrke

Solutions Architect at Anomali

 

Sunburst Attack – Panel Discussion

Bitdefender | Malware Patrol | Reversing Labs | Anomali

 

About The Event

The Sunburst malware attack was discovered in early December by FireEye researchers and is already considered one of the most evasive, sophisticated, and significant cyber attacks in history. Understanding the scope of the compromise and damage from the breaches will require time, as new attack vectors, tactics, and techniques continue to be discovered. As our knowledge and understanding of Sunburst and related attacks evolves, it’s useful to understand the tools and technologies you can use to track and monitor associated attack infrastructure and IOCs, as well as methods to drive continuous detection within your environment.

 

Who Should Attend

This session is intended for both CXO and senior technical staff. Attendees can anticipate walking away with recommendations for their teams and tangible information to research within their own environments.

 

Agenda

8:00am PT Mark Alba, Anomali Opening
8:05am PT Costin Raiu, Kaspersky Sunburst Under a Microscope: What It Is, What It Does, and Where It Came From
8:35am PT Joe Gehrke, Anomali Tracking and Detecting Sunburst (And the Next Big One) In Your Network
9:05am PT Bitdefender, Malware Patrol, ReversingLabs, Anomali What the Sunburst Attack Means for Your Security Strategy–And the Security Industry
10:00am PT Mark Alba, Anomali Closing

 

Sessions

Sunburst Under a Microscope: What It Is, What It Does, and Where It Came From

Costin Raiu, Director of Global Research & Analysis, Kaspersky

Head of Global Threat Research for Kaspersky and a member of the Virus Bulletin Technical Advisory Board, Costin will provide a deep dive on the Sunburst malware and related artifacts used in the SolarWinds backdoor attack, walking through their research and analysis and clarifying what is known at this point in time—as well as what is still unknown about the attack some are calling the largest collective breach of all time.

 

Tracking and Detecting Sunburst (And the Next Big One) In Your Network

Joe Gehrke, Solutions Architect, Anomali

The Sunburst/SolarWinds attack illustrates the dwell-time problem we continue to see in advanced cyberattacks. In this hands-on demo session Joe will walk through how security analytics work with SIEMs to immediately answer the most fundamental question: Have we been impacted? He’ll also review how continuous retrospective search can speed threat detection, investigation, and response—particularly for critical events like Sunburst.

 

What the Sunburst Attack Means for Your Security Strategy–And the Security Industry

Liviu Arsene, Global Cybersecurity Researcher, Bitdefender
André Correa, CEO & Founder, Malware Patrol
Tomislav Peričin, Chief Software Architect & Co-founder, ReversingLabs
AJ Nash, Sr. Director of Cyber Intelligence Strategy, Anomali

In this threat intelligence industry panel session, leading experts will discuss the significance of the attack in historical context, what it means for companies’ security strategy, and what implications there are, if any, for the security industry going forward. This session will be led by Anomali, Chief Product Officer, Mark Alba.

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