Stopping DNSpionage In Its Tracks: An Active Response to ED 19-01

This event qualifies for 1 CPEs

The international Domain Name System isn't just infrastructure. It works hand-in- hand with SSL/TLS-based authentication and encryption systems to provide a foundation of trust and privacy across the internet.

Earlier this year, the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency detected an ongoing threat to federal agencies and issued the Emergency Directive 19-01. The attacks compromised DNS records and created fake, but legitimate-seeming websites, with valid SSL/TLS certificates that spoofed real agency sites.

Join us for a webinar on June 6th to learn more about the breadth and depth of these attacks, as well as:
  • How these attacks unfold, with details on attack vectors and anatomy
  • How DNSpionage is related to the new DNS-focused Sea Turtle attacks
  • How you can review your certificates and domains to find affected sites
  • How to remediate sites that have been compromised 
  • How new tools enable a proactive response to SSL and DNS based attacks
These attacks highlight real and present dangers to government agencies of all types. Learn how to protect yourself by registering for this webinar today.

Register today to reserve your seat and earn one CPE credit for attending! Be sure to enter your ISC2 member ID on the registration page.

Relevant Government Agencies

Intelligence Agencies, DOD & Military, Dept of Homeland Security, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government

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Thu, Jun 6, 2019, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

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Venafi Gov Team at Carahsoft Technology Corp.

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