How Malware Helps Bad Actors Get Away with Online Fraud (and What Enterprises Can Do About It)
Despite your team’s best efforts to defend against cyberattacks, organizations often lack visibility into when employees and consumers fall victim to the most nefarious type of attack - malware infections. Malware-stolen data is highly valuable to bad actors and is a gateway for them to commit fraud and infiltrate corporate networks.

When your users are affected by malware, it’s too late. Once a botnet is installed (like the infamous RedLine Stealer), cybercriminals have already started to siphon critical information such as passwords, financial data, web session cookies, browser autofill details and more. With that data, not even your most sophisticated lines of defense (including MFA) can stop criminals from impersonating your users.

To learn more, please register for this executive roundtable, How Malware Helps Bad Actors Get Away with Online Fraud (and What Enterprises Can Do About It), to gain new insights from event thought-leaders, as well as to discuss with your peers.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Why the malware problem must be dealt with now;
  • How to get visibility into active infections;
  • How your peers are successfully mitigating the effects of these insidious information stealers.


Join ISMG's Tom Field for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Chip Witt, Vice President of Product Management at event sponsor SpyCloud.
Tom Field
Tom Field
SVP of Editorial

ISMG
Chip Witt
Chip Witt
Vice President of Product Management

SpyCloud
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June 21, 2022 | 12:30 - 01:30 pm EDT | Convene NYC
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SpyCloud

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June 21, 2022 | 12:30 - 01:30 pm EDT

How Malware Helps Bad Actors Get Away with Online Fraud (and What Enterprises Can Do About It)