What the Hackers Did Next - Breakfast with BlackBerry Cylance

Dates:
March 11, 2020
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Time:
7.30am-9.00am
Location:
The Maritime Boardroom, Princes Wharf, Viaduct Harbour
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Exploring the evolution of hacking tactics and ransomware in the last 12 months (will include tips to protect yourself).

Attackers come in two main forms – ones that want your Intellectual Property and ones that want your money. The tactics, techniques and procedures used by the two are starting to look the same and can be very sophisticated.

We will demonstrate a couple of techniques we’ve seen in recent Incident Response engagements, and how BlackBerry | Cylance can help protect and how you can better prepare for the worst.

Join us for a great breakfast and insightful demonstration

Places are limited, so please register now.

Wed., 11 March 2020

7:30 am – 9:00 am NZDT

About the speaker

Robert Collins - Technical Director for BlackBerry Cylance in APAC

Robert has 17 years’ experience in Cyber Security Industry. Prior to joining Cylance, he has worked with several Tier 1 security vendors.

He also had the opportunity of working within the end user market, heading up APAC information security and infrastructure for a large pharmaceutical company in Singapore

Advantage NZ, together with BlackBerry® | Cylance ®,  are pleased to invite you to an exclusive breakfast session on the 11th March  where we will be exploring the evolution of hacking tactics and ransomware in the last 12 months.

This session will be hosted by Robert Collins, Technical Director for BlackBerry Cylance in APAC and Robert will demonstrate a couple of techniques seen in recent Incident Response engagements and how you can better prepare for the worst.  You will come away with some tips on how to protect yourself and business.

We look forward to you joining us, seats are limited so please RSVP

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