Protect Financial Customers From Fraud and Fakes
How to identify and mitigate social media risk
Financial service organizations have a massive footprint and attack surface on social media & external digital platforms — all of which is ungoverned, unmonitored and unprotected by the existing security perimeter. Understanding the threats on these platforms is critical, from financial fraud, phishing and malware spread on social media, customer scams, impersonating accounts and mobile apps, and more. Join ZeroFOX and ThreatQuotient to learn the top risks facing financial institutions on social and digital channels and key tactics for addressing those risks.
- Understand top trends and threats facing financial institutions on social and digital channels
- Gain knowledge of key tactics for addressing social and digital threats
- Learn about the tools available to your organization for mitigating risk
Zack Allen, senior security researcher for ZeroFOX, collaborates with engineers to provide next generation capabilities to help solve cyber security issues in the realm of social media. Previously, Zack worked with the government helping the Air Force research solutions to the nation’s most critical security issues. An RIT alum and graduate of the Air Force’s prestigious Advanced Course for Engineering in Cybersecurity, his specialities lie in research, red team tool development, cryptographic engineering, threat intelligence and data science. He has spoken at numerous security conferences and is an invited presenter for security clubs, organizations and Johns Hopkins University.
As CTO and Co-Founder of ThreatQuotient, Ryan Trost utilizes his 15+ years of security experience focusing on intrusion detection and cyber intelligence to help drive thought leadership as well as innovative product discussion. As a recognized leader in the cyber industry, Ryan frequently speaks at industry conferences including BlackHat, DEFCON, SANS, HTCIA (High Technology Crime Investigation Association) and ISACA ISRM. Ryan is the author of Practical Intrusion Analysis and has also developed one of the first geospatial intrusion detection algorithms used to identify geolocation attack patterns. Prior to ThreatQuotient, Ryan managed several USG and Commercial Security Operations Centers (SOC) and was the Sr. Director of Security and Privacy Officer for a medium-size healthcare company in Northern Virginia. Ryan also serves as Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Northern Virginia Community College cyber degree program.