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Pentesters Gone Wild: How Ransomware Gangs Operate

Oct 5, 2021, 1:00 PM - Oct 5, 2021, 4:00 PM. Eastern Daylight Time


The gangs behind many ransomware campaigns employ cybercriminals they commonly refer to as pentesters. These are the individuals who turn an initial network intrusion into a successful ransomware attack.

In this webinar, we will explore the tools, techniques, and practices of one ransomware gang, covering the methods used to obtain initial access to corporate networks all the way to successfully exploiting their victims.

About the Speaker

Jake Kruse - Head of Research @q6 Cyber

Jake Kruse leads Q6 Cyber’s cyber threat research center. Mr. Kruse brings more than 20 years of experience in industry and the U.S. intelligence community across a wide range of disciplines in technology and cybersecurity. Prior to joining Q6 Cyber, Mr. Kruse has worked in numerous industries as a network engineer, systems architect, software engineer, penetration tester, threat hunter, and security architect. In the public sector, Mr. Kruse worked for years in the U.S. intelligence community across a wide variety of disciplines, from designing cryptographic security systems that secured critical US military components to developing classified capabilities used throughout the intelligence community to gather signals intelligence.


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