For this episode of Hacking Exposed, Stuart McClure, CEO at Cylance, is joined by Brian Robison, Senior Director of Security Technology at Cylance, and Paul Mehta, Chief Architect at Cylance.
Stuart will explore how side-channel exploits like Spectre and Meltdown work. His analysis will include what data can be seen and how security tools can visualize and prevent these attacks.
There have been hardware vulnerabilities before, but Meltdown and Spectre are unique and widespread. There is no true fix for them, short of slowing down or replacing hardware. They represent a whole new attack surface. Spectre and Meltdown allow a potential attacker to read data indirectly from memory that is otherwise inaccessible. Attacks are likely to evolve and may remain relevant for years.
This webinar covers the following high-profile attacks:
- Network hack: Server (EternalBlue)
- Drive-by downloads: Spectre and Meltdown
- Spear phishing: Operation Shaheen
Put on your seatbelt as Stuart and company take you on a tour of the roughest exploits and hacks of the past year. This is one webinar you don’t want to miss.
Missed the first episode? Watch it here.