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2024 DBIR & Software Supply Chain Risk:
A Conversation With Verizon

WEBINAR | On Demand

The 2024 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report has pulled back the curtain on software supply chain attacks, revealing a 65% increase in breaches stemming from software in enterprises.

Software supply chain attacks continue to impact organizations of all sizes. And the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) painted an alarming picture impacting global enterprises, with software supply chains now representing a growing attack surface that many security teams are blind to. The report makes clear that software producers need to do more to shore up the security of the code they ship to customers.

In this webinar, RL is joined by one of the co-authors of the DBIR, Philippe Langlois to discuss the latest DBIR and the intricacies of data breaches tied to software supply chain weaknesses and discuss how malicious actors eyeing sensitive data are shifting their tactics and targets.

Key Insights and takeaways include:

  • Why and how software supply chain risks are increasing
  • The responsibility of software producers to deliver secure code
  • The increase in focused threat actor strategies
  • The importance and benefits of advanced security measures

About The Speakers: 

Philippe Langlois, Sr Principal-Threat Intel, Verizon Business
Philippe Langlois is currently working as the lead engineer and one of the co-authors of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). Prior to joining Verizon, he worked at CIS leading various data driven projects, such as the CIS Controls and the MS-ISAC Nationwide Cyber Security Review. When not working or recreationally programming, he enjoys the great outdoors of Upstate New York with his wife, son and two dogs.

Ashlee Benge, Director, Threat Intelligence, RL
Ashlee is an astrophysicist turned security researcher whose career has spanned across roles in detection engineering, threat hunting, analytics, and security outreach. In her current role as Director of Threat Intelligence, she leads a team of researchers and engineers focused on tracking and defending against critical threats. She has previously held roles in threat hunting and research at Cisco Talos, the ThreatGrid Research and Efficacy team, and ZeroFOX. In addition to degrees in Chemistry and Physics, she also holds an MBA from the Smith School of Business.
Dan Petrillo, VP, Product Marketing, RL 

Dan’s experience in security strategy began as the Product Manager for an Industrial IoT company in charge securing of building automation systems. He then spent time leading Product Marketing for Cybereason, Morphisec, Guardicore, and Akamai before joining ReversingLabs. Dan attended Northeastern University for his bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering.

Moderated by Paul Roberts, Cyber Content Lead, RL