Last updated at Mon, 24 Jul 2017 15:08:26 GMT
The Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) model presents a neatly packaged and sanitized version of how an attacker may target, breach, collect information, then move on to their next victim. There are some lessons in the model and it presents common steps as part of an attack, though it rarely works out that neatly and systematically in the "real world" where we live and work. Join Rapid7 Thursday February 6 at 2:00 PM EST to learn more from one of our Penetration Testers who has spent years trying to break into your network so someone else can't. We'll also discuss how Rapid7 ControlsInsight can be one of the tools for information security professionals to measure, monitor, and improve their endpoint controls and reduce the chance of a successful attack.
The Attacker Mindset: How to Understand and Avoid Malicious Behavior
Attackers are out there, looking for targets to test their skills on for financial gain, political motivations, or even just for entertainment. How do these attackers target your assets, enter your environment, then escape with the jewels all while leaving little trace of their presence? Join us on Thursday, February 6th at 2:00 PM EST to learn about the Advanced Persistent Threat model and how dangerous attackers do their work.