On April 15th, a group of threat actors, known as the "Shadow Brokers" released a large collection of offensive security tools and data to the world. Last Friday, threat actors used the deadly combo to infect thousands of computers with WannaCry ransomware in 112 countries, including the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), Spain’s Telefonica and FedEx. The ransomware has now reached more than 150 countries and infected more than 200,000 computers.
We know ransomware can be a devastating event for any company. At Armor, we protect companies like yours every day and we care about the impact on your business.
Join Jeff Schilling, Chief Security Officer, Armor, as he explores the significance of this deadly ransomware strain and how we’re working to fight against it.
ARMOR | Chief Security Officer
Jeff Schilling, a retired U.S. Army colonel, is Armor’s Chief Security Officer and is responsible for the cyber and physical security programs for the corporate environment and customer-focused capabilities. His areas of focus include cloud operations, client services, quality analysis, software development and engineering.
Previous to joining Armor, Schilling was the Director of the Global Incident Response practice for Dell SecureWorks where his team supported over 300 customers with incident-response planning, capabilities development, digital forensics investigations and active incident management.
In his last military assignment, Schilling was the Director of the U.S. Army’s global Security Operations Center under the U.S. Army Cyber Command.
Thursday, May 18, 9:30 a.m. CDT / 3:30 p.m. BST