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Knowledge Seminar "What if 'Jan 13' Was Just a Prequel? What Is Known About the Attack and How to Avoid Becoming a Victim?"

January 27, 2022
11:00AM - 1:00PM
Knowledge Seminar

On January 13th, a massive cyberattack hit the Ukrainian public sector, targeting more than 70 governmental agencies and their web- and IT- resources. It is evident that cyber-related risks are increasing for Ukraine-based government agencies, state-owned enterprises, private companies, and non-profit organizations. Therefore, proper cybersecurity strategy and a set of immediate actions shall be implemented to increase the cybersecurity resilience of individual companies and Ukraine as a whole. During the webinar, ISSP experts guided participants through the best cybersecurity practices and outlined concrete ways of investigating cyberattacks, as well as proper detection, response, and recovery tactics. In addition, ISSP presented its novel automated compromise assessment toolkit that allows rapid check-up of IT infrastructure against potential cyberattacks and suspicious anomalies.

During the event, participants learned what is known about ongoing supply chain attack and what needs to be done to avoid becoming a victim.

In particular, we:

  • Recaped Vocabulary for 2022: Deface, Wiping, and Ransom
  • Discussed essentials to understand the 01/13 attack and analyze evolving threats to your company
  • Outlined CISA, the FBI, and NSA guidelines to implement immediate proactive cybersecurity measures
  • Transformed Microsoft's Threat Intelligence Center's recommendations into an action plan to increase the organization's cyber resilience


Roman Sologub, Co-founder and CEO at ISSP. The pioneer and evangelist of Cybersecurity market in Ukraine. Co-founder of ISSP, the first Ukrainian Cybersecurity Consulting company, which currently operates in 7+ Countries of EMEA region, USA and Canada. Roman was the initiator and general manager of the first Ukrainian SOC, developed by ISSP team. Roman holds master's degree of Science in cybersecurity from the National Technical University of Ukraine 'Kyiv Polytechnic Institute' and has more than 14 years of experience in managing complex cybersecurity projects. Through the entire career, Roman was focused on inventing and developing new and advanced cybersecurity solutions. Roman regularly speaks at major international cybersecurity conferences such as S4XEUROPE, CS3STHLM, and IDC Day Roadshow. He was also invited as a guest speaker to MIT and Dartmouth College.

Artem Mykhailov, Enterprise Solutions Director at ISSP. Artem has successfully launched ISSP business in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia and currently maintains and develops business growth of the entire ISSP Group. The technical background and 10+ years of experience and innovations in cybersecurity allows Artem to make effective decisions regarding business development, product portfolio management, service offerings development and sales support. Artem Mykhailov holds M.Sc. in Information Security from the National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". He developed his career from Technical Specialist and Project Manager to Territory Manager and ISSP Partner. He is experienced in security architecture designing, revisioning and its development by using an effective combination of multiple cybersecurity approaches. He is cognizant of the security solutions landscape and actual industry trends, with exact product's in-depth awareness and practical administrative experience.


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