The Blackhat’s Perspective on Cyber Risk

May 20, 2021 from 3-4PM ET

Threat Detection

Former blackhat Hector Monsegur, then leader of hacking groups Anonymous and LulzSec, shares a unique hacker’s point of view on supply chain relationships as a launchpad for attacks.

Join us for a 40-minute session as we discuss a hacker’s perspective on opportunities for compromise, open-source intelligence hacks, and where vulnerabilities still lurk in the third-party vendor supply chain allowing hackers to gain a foothold.

The webcast will answer such questions as:

  • What tools do hackers utilize and how can you gain a similar perspective?
  • What do organizations need to look for before and after a compromise?
  • With 63 percent of breaches caused by third-party providers, what risks and red flags should companies look for before engaging?

Meet Our Speaker

Hector Monsegur

Hector Monsegur is an internationally-recognized expert on global cybersecurity issues and a leading voice on cyber attacks and cyber warfare. As Director of Assessment Services at Rhino Security Labs, Monsegur works to secure clients in technology, healthcare, finance, government, and other industries. In his leadership role, his unmatched technical experience is shared to both educate other operators and guide technical research. Formerly known by his online alias “Sabu,” Monsegur was once the technical expert behind the Anonymous/LulzSec hacker collectives. As a "black hat hacker", he highlighted critical vulnerabilities in numerous organizations, including governments, military organizations, and cybersecurity firms. Later, in working with the US Government, Monsegur identified key vulnerabilities—and potential attacks—against major federal infrastructure, including the US military and NASA. Since working with the US government and commercial security executives around the world, he has helped prevent upwards of 350 cyber attacks against US government computer systems