Redscan: Zerologon: a Redscan Labs briefing

Redscan: Zerologon: a Redscan Labs briefing


Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472) is a critical vulnerability in the Windows Server Netlogon authentication process and is being described as the most serious vulnerability since Eternal Blue, which led to WannaCry.

Join this special security advisory webinar from Redscan Labs to hear about the risks to your business, how the flaw is being exploited by attackers and, importantly, steps you can take to protect your network and determine whether a compromise has occurred.

The session will be presented by George Glass, our Head of Threat Intelligence, and Paul Sutton, our Head of Research & Development.

Attendees will discover:

  • How the Zerologon vulnerability works
  • The risk it poses to your organisation
  • Recommended remedial and mitigating actions
  • How Redscan’s free detection tool can help to identify evidence of a breach

This webinar is scheduled for 30 minutes including time for Q&A.