Carbon Black to Keynote Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s 2019 Information Technology Conference
Carbon Black’s keynote presentation is scheduled for
A prominent thought leader in cybersecurity and finance, Kellermann was previously the Deputy CISO for the World Bank Treasury. In 2008 Tom was appointed a commissioner on the
Kellermann’s report for Carbon Black in 2019, Modern Bank Heists:
Among some of the key findings from that report:
- 67% of surveyed financial institutions reported an increase in cyberattacks over the past 12 months
- 32% of surveyed financial institutions encountered “island hopping”
- 79% of surveyed financial institutions said cybercriminals have become more sophisticated
- 26% of surveyed financial institutions reported they were targeted by DESTRUCTIVE ATTACKS over the past year. This figure represents a 160% increase over 2018 results suggesting the “bank heist” is evolving into a hostage situation
“Island hopping attacks come from a wide variety of vantage points, whether it’s through partner provisioned Virtual Desktop infrastructure (VDI) access, private network links and VPNs or by leveraging the compromise of partners to establish trust and perform trusted social engineering attacks,” Kellermann said.
- Threat Report: Modern Bank Heists:
Cyberattacks & Lateral Movementin the Financial Sector
- Whitepaper: Risk & Response: Defending Financial Institutions
- Whitepaper: Introducing the Cognitive Attack Loop and the 3 Phases of Cybercriminal Behavior
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