How COVID-19 Changed Incident Response

LIVE WEBCAST: Monday, November 23, 2020 11 a.m. EST/4 p.m. GMT

COVID-19 saw many organizations racing to stand up remote work infrastructure to enable work from home. In their haste, many businesses had to prioritize speed over security, and left themselves open for attack.

Our incident response team saw threat actors exploiting gaps that emerged as a result of the global pandemic. In this webcast discussion with IDG, we look at how the risk landscape changed, address the reality around threat volume, and offer tips for staying secure. 

What You’ll Learn:

The reality of the threat landscape and expanded attack surface
Real-world examples of incidents the Secureworks team responded to
How the pandemic impacted people, processes, and technology related to incident response
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How COVID-19 Changed Incident Response

Join us for a webcast with live Q&A

Monday, November 23, 2020
11 a.m. EST / 4 p.m. GMT

Robert Floodeen
Director of Incident Response, Secureworks

Rob Floodeen is the Incident Response Consulting Director, EMEA. He is based out of the London office and heads the IR consulting practice in EMEA. Rob has 20 years of cybersecurity experience and ten years as an Information security instructor at Carnegie Mellon University, focusing on cyber forensics and incident response. Rob has extensive security expertise across multiple regulations and certifications. He was the editor of the International Standard for Information Security Incident Management (ISO 27035) and the Team Lead auditing federal networks and the Pentagon IDS Team. Rob holds a BS and MS in computer science and an MBA in Strategy and Business Systems.