To stay ahead of a hacker, you need to think like one. Just like forensic psychology investigates the motives and minds of criminals, a similar approach can be taken with hackers and cybercriminals to defend forward in the digital realm.
Security experts, Matt Bromiley, certified instructor at SANS, and Tom Eston, AVP of consulting at Bishop Fox, will share insights from our ground-breaking research on the methods of modern attackers. In contrast to other surveys that take a defender’s point of view, our report breaks new ground by exploring an attacker's perspective and how they view specific environments as well as where they find the most success.
We hope you tune in to learn about these key findings and more:
- 57% of ethical hackers reported that they can complete an end-to-end attack in under a day.
- Nearly 64% reported being able to collect and potentially exfiltrate data in five hours or less once they gained access, with an astounding 41% successful in two hours or less.
- Shockingly, 74% of survey respondents indicated that only few or some organizations have adequate detection and response capabilities to effectively stop an attack.
- 45% stated that using unethical measures would have a high, or extremely high, impact on their success.