Using Deception Technologies to Defend Against Active Directory and Ransomware Attacks
Deception technologies are among the newest entries in the cybersecurity arsenal. But how do they work to address key security concerns? Speakers will present various attack scenarios, provide general approaches to thwarting those attacks with deception technologies, and offer a closer look at how the Fidelis Elevate platform’s Deception features can provide protection.
In this webcast, attendees will learn:
- What deception technologies are and how they work
- How deception technologies can address Active Directory and ransomware attacks
- How Fidelis Deception can respond to such attacks and gain intelligence on the attack methods
- How to use deception to gain intelligence on attackers and attack methods
Register and be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by SANS Analyst and network/cloud security expert Kyle Dickinson, with advice from Kevin Fiscus.
Rami Mizrahi is the Vice President of Research and Development for Deception at Fidelis Cybersecurity. He has been leading the Deception R&D team for more than seven year, since the inception of TopSpin Security and through the acquisition by Fidelis Cybersecurity. Prior to that, he led the WAF development team at Breach Security. Rami has more than 20 years of experience in software development, specializing in enterprise security.
Kyle Dickinson teaches SANS SEC545: Cloud Security Architecture and Operations and has contributed to the creation of other SANS courses. He is a cloud security architect for one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. As a strategic consultant in his organization, Kyle partners with businesses in various industries to better understand security and risks associated with cloud services. He has held many roles in IT, ranging from systems administration to network engineering and from endpoint architecture to incident response and forensic analysis. Kyle enjoys sharing information from his experiences of successes and failures.
Kevin Fiscus, a principal instructor for the SANS Institute, regularly teaches SANS SEC504 Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits and Incident Handling and SEC560 Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking and is the author of an upcoming class on cyber deception. Kevin has founded two consultancies through which he conducts security and risk assessments, compliance gap analysis, penetration testing, security policy development, security program design, and security roadmap development, including planning and implementing cyber deception as part of a larger security program, for client organizations. Kevin currently holds multiple SANS certifications, including the prestigious GIAC Security Expert, and was named a SANS Cyber Guardian for both red and blue teams.