10 Vulnerabilities Hackers Love to Exploit


Top 10 Vulnerabilities Hackers Love to Exploit

Press coverage of data breaches often focuses on impact, but that’s only half the story. What if you could get a behind-the-scenes look at the underlying circumstances that resulted in these types of breaches? Our team of cybersecurity experts dedicate significant time and resources into maintaining a detailed understanding of advanced threat actor’s current capabilities and methodologies. We leverage this knowledge to help individuals and organizations of all sizes and industries to improve their ability to prevent and respond to cyber adversaries. Over the years, we’ve participated in countless penetration tests and incident response efforts. While every engagement has a unique set of circumstances, this presentation reviews 10 of the most commonly exploited vulnerabilities in today’s cybersecurity landscape.


Learning Objectives:

  • What threats are most significant to you and your company?
  • How can you protect your largest asset and your future?
  • How can you help educate your employees and your partners to help further protect your business?

About the Presenter:

Learn from industry expert Dan Desko, CISA, CISSIP, CTPRA, MBA, CEO and Managing Partner, Echelon.

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