Notice: Luke Emrich, the presenter at the meeting, decided to not provide permission for us to post the recording and his presentation. If you have any questions for him, he can be reached via e-mail. His e-mail will be on the bottom of his photo.
However, Luke did provide the following 3 links for additional related info:
On December 13th 2020, SolarWinds reported a supply chain attack that resulted in a backdoor being left in approximately 18,000 of their customers networks. We will be discussing this event, providing insight into what is known at this point and hopefully ask some thought provoking questions that the audience can take back to their organization or clients. We have learned quite a lot while assisting multiple clients respond to this news, we will be providing provide insight and sharing the various approaches we have seen organizations take. Lastly we will share some cyber security history and predictions what the future of cyber security will look like.
After this session, participants will learn:
- How organizations may be directly or indirectly impacted by the attack
- How organizations are responding and reacting to this event
- Insights gained by RSM’s support of clients
Luke B. Emrich
Director, Risk Advisory Services, RSM US LLP
Luke is a member of RSM’s digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) practice. His team supports global operations for cybercrime and data breach investigations and DFIR services within the security, privacy and risk consulting group. Luke has over five years of experience conducting information security, privacy and risk assessments, digital forensic investigations and network vulnerability testing. He services a diverse client base across a variety of industries. Luke understands how emerging risks and vulnerabilities impact the operation and growth of organizations, as well as the challenges associated with digital evidence collection and analysis.
Luke’s primary focus is on data breach investigations, cybersecurity and incident response, digital forensic analysis, malware analysis, collection of electronically stored information (ESI) and intellectual property theft matters. In his role, Luke manages and leads investigations in digital-related investigations on all types of media, ensures compliance with accepted computer forensic protocols and reports on numerous cases related to computer crime and digital forensics.
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM: Webinar Session
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