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Targeted Hacking and Ransomware

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Date Published

March 9, 2021


Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys




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Join Exponent experts as they discuss scenarios such as, controlling somebody else’s automobile on the highway from the comfort of home, embezzling money using ransomware (and not getting caught), and breaching networks to steal precious data. These and other scenarios are possible in our modern, connected world.

The Exponent experts will draw on recent examples to describe the malicious actor’s playbook from start to finish. This webinar will cover reconnaissance; attack surface analysis; how attackers gain an initial foothold; exploitation; escalation; lateral movement; ransom techniques; payment issues; and the aftermath. This presentation will conclude with a discussion of associated cyber policies, claims, and trends.

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John D. Martens, Ph.D., M.B.A., P.E., CFEI
Principal Engineer & Office Director

Zachary M. Lochner, Ph.D., P.E., CFEI
Managing Engineer

Nicolas Batara, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist

Nareg Sinenian, Ph.D.
Senior Managing Scientist

Adam Sorini, Ph.D

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

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How to Attend

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Technical Requirements
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