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The Elections Are Coming: So Are Advanced Persistent Threats

Our presenters are experts in cyber warfare, network architecture, and ethical hacking, providing thought leadership on cybersecurity topics.

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The Elections Are Coming: So Are Advanced Persistent Threats

Concerns about Russians cyber-hackers meddling with our elections has been a hot news topic for a very long time now. What is important to understand is that the types of attacks attributed to foreign states are not the flashy, make-the-news ransomware types of attacks. They are insidious; they dig deep and laterally; they hide. They are known as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT). These cyber-attacks will harvest passwords, exfiltrate data, infiltrate malware, install keyloggers and more. They use our computer tools against us and hide their activities behind veils of encryption. SecuLore has seen them present and attempting to get into our Public Safety agencies as well.

In this on demand webinar we discuss:
  • What Advanced Persistent Threats are
  • How we detect them
  • How we stop them
  • Who likes to use them
  • Why public safety is targeted and how our mission-critical infrastructure is affected

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