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Credential Dumping: Analysis, Detection and Prevention
Bad actors have infiltrated your network. But, how do you know you're compromised?  Join Craig Stevenson, CEO of HyperQube and Gabe Martinez, CEO of Analytica42 as they demonstrate:

-All the steps of a Mimikatz attack
-How Credential Dumping enables Lateral Movement
-How to analyze the attack and build detection
-Proactive prevention

Apr 28, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Craig Stevenson
CEO & Founder @HyperQube
Craig Stevenson is the CEO and Founder of HyperQube - the platform that can create test environments containing real systems which can be replicated in minutes, not weeks. Prior to founding HyperQube, Craig was the Director of Cyber Training for Raytheon where he designed custom curriculum to train US allied nations to execute their cyber missions. As Lead Instructor of the Cyber Exploitation Unit at Raytheon, Craig worked with The Intelligence & Security Academy to help design and teach the Cyberforce Superiority curriculum, which aims to help managers and leaders gain the familiarity they need to deal with cyber-related issues that will affect their enterprise.
Gabe Martinez
CEO & Co-founder @Analytica42
Gabriel Martinez is the CEO and Co-founder of Analytica42, who partners with its clients to build continuous monitor programs to evaluate security risk and overcome big data challenges. Analytica42 uses top disruptive technologies to measure risk of an organization’s security tools, application APIs that drive your business, as well as your users leaking important data. Analytica42 can also integrate large volumes of data and unlock its full potential for cybersecurity, data analytics, and business insights. Gabe has been in the security industry for more than 28 years as a consultant, instructor, engineer, thought leader, and investor. He has a wide range of experience from designing and implementing Security Architectures to performing risk assessments for government and classified environments and Fortune 500, financial, utility, telecommunication, and health care companies.