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Bromium Answer Your Emotet Questions from the webinar, Emotet: Taming a Wild Trojan

June 10, 2019 Category: Company News By: Jessica Morales Comments: 0

June 12 Webinar, Emotet: Taming a Wild Trojan

  • Join Bromium for a technical deep dive webinar on Wednesday, June 12 at 10am PDT/1pm EDT
  • Learn about Emotet – a highly-modular banking Trojan, which has evolved into a polymorphic malware
  • Featuring guest speaker Robert Bigman, former CISO at the CIA and James Wright, VP Engineering and Threat Research at Bromium

Register Now: Emotet Webinar: June 12 at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT

Emotet is the most prolific malware that Bromium has seen in customer environments in recent months. It was originally created as a banking Trojan but is rapidly evolving info a polymorphic, full-scale distribution network for malware, which evades most detection-based security solutions.

Emotet has become a major threat, prompting the US Department of Homeland Security to issue an alert, noting that Emotet is extremely difficult to combat and can cost organizations up to $1M per incident.

Join Bromium for an Emotet technical deep-dive webinar on Wednesday, June 12 at 10am PDT/1pm EDT, featuring guest speaker Robert Bigman, former CISO at the CIA, and James Wright, VP Engineering and Threat Research at Bromium.

  • Using advanced threat intelligence captured in Bromium isolation, this webinar will share the full kill chain of Emotet attacks as the user would experience it
  • Robert Bigman will address the nature of emerging attacks and the dangers they post to today’s enterprise
  • Learn how you can protect your organization from Emotet and other polymorphic malware

If you can’t attend the live webinar, register to receive the on-demand webinar replay.

Hope to see you on June 12th, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions in the meantime.

2019-06-10T08:59:47-07:00June 10th, 2019|Company News|

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