Néstor Angulo de Ugarte: I’ve been hacked! So, now, what??

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November 15, 2019

The most 3 typical questions that people ask to me when they realize that I work in the cybersecurity world are:

– How to know if I’ve been hacked
– What to do when this (s**t) happens
– How I can avoid it.

By displaying a little “horror gallery” with some examples gathered during the years I’ve been working at Sucuri, I will show how a hacked site looks like, helping hopefully to train a little bit your eyes to know where to look at, and some tips to help to detect anomalies ASAP. Once something bad is detected, there is a recommended checklist of countermeasures to fight against them and avoid future re-infections. Let’s connect the dots of the perfect triangle of Security: Monitoring, Incident Response and Prevention.

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WordCamp Tokyo 2019 24

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Nestor Angulo de Ugarte 11

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English 8865

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