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NY Law School
NY Law School 185 W Broadway New York, NY 10013
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Date

Mar 27 2020

Time

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

New York Metro March Chapter Meeting

We are excited to have Devon Ackerman, Managing Director and Head of Incident Response for Kroll Cyber, present:
 
Threats, Trends & Tactics – Profiling Modern Attackers

This presentation will cover Nation State Actors (APT), Organized Crime Groups, and Insider Threats/Rogue employees. Other topics include threats from Office 365 such as banking Trojans and ransomware, and the risk to data they present.

This presentation will conclude with a Q&A session

About Devon

Devon Ackerman is a Managing Director and Head of Incident Response for Kroll Cyber, North America.  He is a hands-on digital forensic and incident response investigator engaged by Clients and Law Firms globally to consult on matters ranging from corporate espionage to network intrusions to ransomware to data breaches.  He draws extensive experience in the investigation and remediation of cyber-related threats and attacks from his years with the FBI as well as with Kroll.  Before Kroll, Devon served as a Supervisory Special Agent and Senior Digital Sciences Forensics Examiner with the FBI.  He was attached to the FBI’s Operational Technology Division’s Digital Forensics Field Operations Unit responsible for management and oversight of Federal investigations and matters ranging from domestic terrorism, mass shootings, critical incident response events, and other investigations involving large-scale electronic evidence collection and forensic analysis.  While with the FBI, he was the course material revision architect and co-author of instructional material for the FBI’s CART Tech Certification program and Digital Evidence Extraction Technician (DExT) training curriculums.  Devon also started and manages AboutDFIR.com, one of the internet’s leading Digital Forensic and Incident Response repositories of related knowledge and information.