Improve your defense and response skills to a real-world Trojans-attack!
Experience our newest one-day, hands-on-keyboard exercise enabling participants to observe and respond to a simulated Trojans attack.
Trojans have long been used to provide malicious threat actors with access and to execute commands and modules received from the attacker’s command and control server. With Dridex, a banking trojan targeting Windows platforms, along with Ursnig, Emotet, Trickbot, and Ramnit all listed on the Top 10 Malware List released by Checkpoint Research, it is vital that teams are familiar with the tactics and techniques associated with these attacks.
The exercise leverages the Cyberbit Cyber Range platform, and your instructors will guide your through detecting, responding to, and defending against, an advanced Trojan campaign incorporating lateral movement and additional behaviors from the ATT&CK framework. To maximize the learning experience and engagement for this virtual event it is limited to 24 participants, who will be organized in 3 teams based on their skill levels.
Cyberbit’s Training experts will lead the session to answer questions and explain the scenario, and is structured to provide participants with:
How to register:
Refunds: Refunds are available up to 14 days prior to the event. If cancellation is requested within 14 days, we will do all we can to offer a future event within the same calendar year. However, due to limited space, this is not guaranteed, and will be done on a first come, first served basis.