ONG-ISAC ONG-ISAC & Inky Webinar
Topic: “The State of Phishing: An Under the Hood Look at the Latest Phishing Tactics & Managing and Measuring Cyber Risk”
CPE Credit: 1 hour
Dave Baggett, Founder and CEO of INKY Technology
Ron Gula, President of Gula Tech Adventures
Account Takeover Attacks (ATO) and Business Email Compromise (BEC) are most definitely on the rise and the two biggest problems facing security teams in 2020.
Criminals are using tactics that are designed to slip through legacy gateway protection. Dave Baggett, CEO of INKY Technology will take you on an in-depth look, using real world examples, of the latest deceptive tricks being used to circumvent these secure email gateways.
In addition, he will discuss the real ATO concern - third party ATO. You can’t make your vendors implement multi-factor authentication, so what happens when their accounts get taken over and send your users emails? Dave will walk you through the latest technique to prevent this.
Ron Gula is President of Gula Tech Adventures which focuses on cyber technology, strategy and policy. He has his finger on the pulse of today’s cyber landscape and will give his insights into managing and measuring cyber risk. Ron is involved in a variety of cyber nonprofits and think tanks including Defending Digital Campaigns, the Cyber Moonshot, the National Security Institute, and the Wilson Center.
Ron will cover:
- Current state of adoption of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
- How commercial companies are being audited against NIST CSF
- Current state of CMMC, ATT&CK and CMMI
- Future concepts of standards beyond traditional Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability
- Why is ATO and BEC such a massive problem facing security teams?
- What are the latest phishing super-threats facing enterprises?
- How exactly are these attacks getting passed the secure email gateways?
- Using multi-factor authentication and the newest techniques to prevent ATO
- Managing and measuring cyber risk in the enterprise
Dave is Founder and CEO of INKY. INKY’s flagship product, INKY Phish Fence, uses computer vision and other machine learning techniques to identify and block phishing emails. Phishing is arguably the biggest problem in cybersecurity today, driving over $1.5B/year of theft and extensive PII and credential theft. Prior to INKY, Dave was co-founder and COO of travel search provider ITA Software, where he oversaw software development, operations, and customer relations, expanding the company to over 500 employees. Google acquired ITA for $700M in April 2011. Dave has a B.S./B.A. in Computer Science and Linguistics from the University of Maryland, College Park and a S.M. in Computer Science from MIT. Dave also volunteers as a member of the US Department of Energy Secretary Advisory Board on AI.
Ron is President at Gula Tech Adventures. Since 2017, GTA has invested in dozens of cyber start-ups and funds and supported multiple cyber nonprofits and projects. From 2002 to 2016, Ron was the co-founder and CEO of Tenable Network Security. He helped grow the company to 20,000 customers, raise $300MM in venture capital and grow revenues to $100MM, setting up the company for an IPO in 2018. Prior to Tenable, Ron was a cyber industry pioneer and developed one of the first commercial network intrusion detection systems called Dragon, ran risk mitigation for the first cloud company, was deploying network honeypots in the mid 90s for the DOD, and was a penetration tester for the NSA where he got to participate in some of the nation's first cyber exercises. Ron is involved in a variety of cyber nonprofits and think tanks.