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JUMPSEC summer cyber industry briefing 2022

By July 8, 2022April 29th, 2024Insights2 min read

Summer Industry Briefing, London

Our most recent in-person UK Briefing took place in June 2022, for those that couldn’t attend in person, you can find the recordings of the presentations below.

The purpose of this event was to provide:

  • A platform to share our research and latest technical and business-related insights
  • Practical ‘how-to-tips’
  • Guidance from cyber-security experts
  • The opportunity to network with peers and discuss the latest industry trends with our consultants

Presentation recordings:

UK Cyber Threat Landscape Trends by John Fitzpatrick, CTO | Dipo Rodipe, Threat Intelligence Analyst

John and Dipo Reflect on the last six months, they examine the key threats and trends JUMPSEC has observed affecting UK institutions.

Specifically, they delve into ransomware threat evolution, presenting and discussing. We review how the landscape has changed, how our predictions fared, and how it has been influenced by major cyber security events and developments.

Benchmarking EDR/MDR Solutions presented by Tom Ellson, Head of Offensive Security

We recently completed a review of a number of industry-recognised EDR and MDR solutions. This led us to take a novel approach that addresses many of the limitations and constraints typically met when undertaking this type of assessment.

You will learn why context is key to threat detection, and how the different vendors performed in our realistic and representative environment against goal-focused attack paths.

Research and Development Update, presented by Thom Espach, Head of R&D

Thom shares an update on in-flight projects as well as discussing new and exciting initiatives that have begun.

Understanding Your “Attack Surface” presented by Max Garaffa

Attackers can access a huge amount of open-source information about your organisation over the internet. You will learn how to locate this information, understand what is most dangerous, and what you can do to counter the threat. This intelligence can be used for both offence and defence, which we have explored in recent engagements for our clients.

Anatomy of an Incident, presented by Matt Lawrence, Head of Defensive Security

Matt talks through his experience of high-profile cyber security incidents and the key lessons learned in terms of preparing to respond to a crisis.