3 Ways to Detect and Prevent Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

Supply chain cyberattacks are on the rise and threat actors are using multi-phased strategies to access legitimate communications between parties and gain entry into systems.  Vendor email compromise (VEC), a form of Man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack commonly used in supply chain attacks, detection can be difficult. With 58% of organizations reporting an attempted supply chain attack within the past year, and 75% falling victim to an attack, understanding the techniques and mitigation strategies is vital to preventing impact to an organization.  

On Demand
1h 00min

Join this webinar as cybersecurity expert Matt Petrosky, VP of Product Management at GreatHorn Email Security discusses:

  • 2021 Supply Chain, MitM and Vendor Email Compromise Attack Trends
  • Dissection of 3 Examples and Techniques Used
  • Requirements and Considerations to Detect

Featured Speakers

  • Matt Petrosky
    Matt Petrosky
    Vice President of Product Management

    Matt is a versatile cybersecurity leader with 15+ years experience designing products and customer experiences, including Carbon Black. Matt is a United States Navy veteran who uses his military background as a foundation to protect and serve organizations with best-of-breed technology solutions. Matt received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University, an MBA in entrepreneurship from Babson College, and is CISSP certified.

  • Peggy Bresnick-Kendler
    Peggy Bresnick-Kendler
    Contributing Editor

    Peggy Bresnick Kendler has been a professional writer for the past 30 years. She has worked as an editor, publicist and school district technology coordinator. During the past decade, Peggy has worked on UBM TechWeb financial services technology-centered projects on behalf of companies that represent some of the most prominent names in the insurance, banking, and capital markets technology fields. Peggy has written a recurring department featured in Insurance & Technology since 1996, and she has produced a recurring department for Bank Systems & Technology since 2003. From 1998 through 2001, she served as editor-in-chief of School Technology Market Report, a bimonthly newsletter for school district technology leaders. Peggy formerly was manager of communications for the American Insurance Association's Service Group. She has also worked in the IT area of Dun & Bradstreet, where she reported directly to the director of IS planning and consulting. Peggy holds a Bachelor's degree in English from Skidmore College, a Master's degree in education from Sacred Heart University and a Master's degree in educational technology from Fairfield University.

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