Beat the Clock: How to Achieve Success Against RansomwareDavid Finley of Dell Technologies and Andrew Peters of Unisys on the Cyber Recovery Road Map
Worst-case scenario: Ransomware gets through defenses. It's now a game of "Beat the Clock." David Finley of Dell Technologies and Andrew Peters of Unisys detail the cyber recovery road map and how to generate a plan to both respond to and recover from the attack.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Finley and Peters discuss:
- The concurrent goals in response and recovery;
- Factors that often inhibit recovery;
- Questions security leaders should ask regarding their own abilities to "beat the clock."
Finley is a global director of information assurance and cybersecurity for the Data Protection Division of Dell Technologies. With a global view of information security and a specialty in recovery after a destructive cyberattack, he offers a world view of the current cybersecurity/recovery landscape. Finley has over 30 years of IT experience and has worked in the fields of software development, access controls/penetration, testing/ethical hacking and IT management.
Peters' 25-year background in cybersecurity extends to the U.S. Air Force Information Warfare Center team that created the first commercial intrusion detection technology at WheelGroup, and he helped turn it into a security staple during his tenure at Cisco Systems. He has experience in networking and security technologies in multiple industries and applications.