The Persistence of Ransomware, New Variants & Better Tactics to Defend & Defeat

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Despite claims that ransomware attacks were in decline, in 2019 we have seen new variants including Grandcrab, Shade, Ryuk and Megacortex. What has caused this revival in ransomware? What tactics are they using to be successful, and what can you do differently and better to defend against them?

On this webinar we will look at the latest threats, latest research and understand the state of the global ransomware assault.

Key takeaways:

  • How these differ from other variants we have seen in the past
  • What defensive tactics work, and what has failed in the past
  • What the state of ransomware looks like


Harry W

Tech Director for Incident Management, NCSC

    Michael  Zuckerman

    Product Management, Infoblox

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