Ms. Hailey Park

Security Consultant Manager, AhnLab, Inc.

Ms. Hailey Park

Security Consultant Manager, AhnLab, Inc.


Hailey Park is the Security Consultant Manager at Ahnlab, Inc. With experience in cyber security consulting for over 7 years, she has successfully conducted many security projects for both public and private sectors in Asia Pacific and Middle East as a Security Architect. Hailey is also working as an advanced level technical trainer for Korean and international clients and partners of AhnLab.

In the field of Security Consulting Service, Hailey Park specializes in Anti-APT and malware products and services. Recently she is the security consultant manager of a security project for Information Security Enhancement in South-East Asia.


First Victim Response – How to Minimize Threat Exposure

More recent and sophisticated cyber-attacks have targeted organizations by injecting malware or files into web applications and email. The attacks initiate the distribution of malware that passes undetected through conventional security solutions; hence, these are so-called Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

However, the response to the ever-evolving malware-based threats has been via ordinary security methods like antivirus, firewall, and intrusion prevention products.Because of this, many organizations remain vulnerable to Advanced Persistent Threats. It’s no secret that these attacks cost a company via lost intellectual property, stolen information assets, damage to equipment, and network downtime.

One thing is common to all Advanced Persistent Threats scenarios; although the methods are diverse, all are triggered by malware.

Various networks are developing sandbox technologies to prevent Advanced Persistent Threats. However, we are still overlooking the first victim attack. In this presentation, we will look at how to improve first victim response to reduce risk and minimise threat exposure by:

– Examining Security trends.- Understanding the limitations of traditional security solutions.- Exploring best practices