The Evolution of Cyber-Attacks

Tom Kellermann, VP Cyber Security, Trend Micro
The Evolution of Cyber-Attacks

The advanced persistent threat requires an advanced persistent response. This is one of the strategies suggested by Trend Micro's Tom Kellermann in a discussion about the evolution of cyber-attacks.

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In this video interview, Kellermann talks about:

  • New variations of man-in-the-browser, "watering hole" and targeted attacks;
  • How to tackle the 'shadow economy' created by these attacks;
  • How to assemble the key ingredients for an advanced persistent response.

Kellermann is responsible for analysis of emerging cybersecurity threats and relevant defensive technologies. He served as a commissioner on The Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th Presidency, is a professor at American University's School of International Service and is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). Previously, he was the senior data risk management specialist for the World Bank Treasury Security Team, where he was responsible for internal cyber-intelligence and policy and for advising central banks around the world about their cyber-risk posture and layered security architectures. He co-authored the book "E-safety and Soundness: Securing Finance in a New Age."

About the Author

Tom Field

Tom Field

Vice President - Editorial, ISMG

Field is an award-winning journalist with over 30 years experience in newspapers, magazines, books, events and electronic media. A veteran community journalist with extensive business/technology and international reporting experience, Field joined ISMG in 2007 and currently oversees the editorial operations for all of ISMG's global media properties. An accomplished public speaker, Field has developed and moderated scores of podcasts, webcasts, roundtables and conferences, and he has appeared at RSA Conference and on various C-SPAN, The History Channel and Travel Channel television programs.

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