Olympic Chaos: Responding to a Destructive Malware Attack

Olympic Chaos: Responding to a Destructive Malware Attack (On Demand Webinar) from BluVector.

Cyber adversaries continue to expand their efforts beyond credential theft and ransomware to other goals including cryptocurrency mining and destructive malware. An intrusion doesn’t have to lead to a major breach or cyber incident. The partnership between BluVector and Endace combines state-of-the-art threat detection with the accurate packet-level evidence needed to investigate, respond to and neutralize cyber intruders quickly and efficiently. 

Adding to the risks of theft, reputational impact, and cost to remediate, there is now the threat of direct damage to data and infrastructure. The Olympic Destroyer malware temporarily froze IT systems, disabled displays, disrupted the Wi-Fi and stopped operation of the Olympics ticket site. The impact was not contained to computer systems and data; it also shut down ski gates and lifts.

Learn more in this webinar about how the Olympic Destroyer malware operated, and how the BluVector and Endace joint solution allows an analyst to quickly and effectively detect, respond and remediate this type of sophisticated attack.

Michael Morris –Director Global Technologies Alliances and Business Development

Michael Morris recently joined Endace from CA Technologies where he led product management for the Infrastructure Management Business Unit. Michael has over 20 years of experience in software and hardware solutions for infrastructure and network management. He has extensive global experience in diverse markets including network equipment manufacturers, services providers, government entities, and Fortune 1000 enterprises. Michael is an innovative technology thought leader, with a wealth of experience in network monitoring, security and cloud solutions and has a Bachelor of Computer Science from Colorado State University.

Josh Rosenthol, Product Marketing Manager, BluVector

Josh Rosenthol has been building security solutions for the past 15 years. He was involved in major initiatives like the growth of hardware-based cryptography in the early 2000s, the invention of tokenization while at RSA, network and email defense at Websense, establishing the value of threat intelligence at iSIGHT and most recently as the Alliances and Integrations manager at BluVector.

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