MEET THE SPEAKER

Andrew Lemon

Andrew Lemon is currently a Principal Security Engineer at Alias where he serves as the expert on network and security architecture. He is the lead engineer over penetration testing, IT auditing, incident response, security consulting, social engineering, and security awareness training.

Prior to working for Alias, Andrew served as a Sr. Security Analyst for Sonic Drive-in. He specialized in evaluation and testing endpoint and network detection technologies against known threats and custom created malware. Before working for Sonic, Andrew was employed by McAfee & Taft as the Sr. Network Engineer where he was responsible for architecting and deploying infrastructure solutions to new offices as well as maintaining and configuring existing datacenter hardware and overseeing security operations.

Andrew has accumulated 10+ years of penetration testing experience.

Session Topic:

Hacking Your Way Out of Ransomware

Peak into the life of a red team operator masquerading as a blue teamer. From first call to final resolve, learn how I handle a ransomware incident. You’ll learn the about the surprising pitfalls and the unique solutions involved with operating in an encrypted network. We’ll dive into how to triage an incident, get your arms around a network to stop the bleeding, and the steps needed to resume normal business function.

Andrew Lemon

FAQ

WILL THE SESSIONS BE RECORDED?

Yes.

Will the recordings be available after the event?

Yes, everybody registered will be emailed the recording copies.

can i attend the event in person?

At the moment, we’re planning on presenting S3CCON 2021 as a completely virtual event. If we decide to change and include some in person portions, we will let everybody know.

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