FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND – January 4, 2018 – Sepio Systems, a leader and pioneer in securing organizations against attacks via rogue hardware devices, will be presenting at the 2018 Cyber Intelligence Asia conference in Singapore.
Cybercrimes in Asia are on an increase with many banks, utilities, law firms and governments being targeted. Singapore is a region hub for the financial industry and for banks, investment firms, and insurance companies protecting their infrastructure is a key to business resilience.
Cybercrimes and sophisticated attacks are becoming an everyday occurrence forcing governments and utilities to make sure their cyber defense systems are top priority.
“During the past 18 months, we are seeing that the use of manipulated hardware by internal abusers has become a very compelling option for stealing sensitive information without being detected.”, said Bentsi Ben Atar, the CMO and Co-Founder for Sepio Systems. “Internet connectivity is heavily monitored by enterprises and many of the attempts to simply email or upload the stolen data is caught. The use of manipulated hardware that can be easily and very affordably purchased online provides a complete invisible channel for safely taking the information out.”
In THE USE OF MANIPULATED HARDWARE BY INTERNAL ABUSERS workshop, Mr. Ben Atar will describe real incidents and will demonstrate common attack flows and scenarios. The session will provide best practice recommendations and a brief of available tools to secure organizations both against data leakage as well and infection campaigns – both of insiders as well as threat agents and organized cybercrime groups.
About Sepio Systems
Sepio Systems is a pioneer in securing organizations against attacks via rogue hardware devices. Strategic cyber weapon technology that has been leaked is currently in the hands of criminal organizations that are using it against civilian commercial targets with no defenses against it. These enterprises never suspect that the seemingly legitimate devices they are using have been compromised, allowing access to key assets—often over long periods of time. Sepio Systems is headquartered in Maryland, with offices in Michigan and South Carolina, and a Research and Development Center in Tel-Aviv.
BKelley@AboutSage.com (for Sepio Systems)