Ransomware has been steadily shifting from opportunistic to targeted attacks since mid-2018. Unlike the notorious WannaCry and Gandcrab variants that have long embodied the “spray and pray” model of extorting many victims for relatively small sums, campaigns involving new variants such as LockerGoga and Ryuk indicate a transition toward highly selective targeting and larger ransom demands.
During this webinar, Christopher “Tophs” Elisan, Director of Intelligence at Flashpoint, will examine the following:
About the speaker
Christopher Elisan, Director of Intelligence at Flashpoint, is a seasoned Reverse Engineer, Malware Researcher and published Author. He speaks at conferences around the world and frequently provides expert opinion about malware, botnets and advance persistent threats for leading industry and mainstream publications. Elisan’s published works include Hacking Exposed: Malware and Rootkits, 2 ed.