Ransomware: Why Protection Is Not Enough

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Rapidly evolving ransomware attacks are causing untold damage to organizations of all sizes. Security leaders are assessing the effectiveness of their defenses, but a growing acceptance of the inevitability of a successful attack means defense alone is no longer enough.

In this webinar we’ll discuss cyber resilience as a risk mitigation strategy, incorporating robust security, data protection and recovery as well as the ability for employees to continue working effectively during and immediately after an attack.

We’ll also touch on the why this approach is especially important given stricter personal data and breach notification requirements like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

Key takeaways:

  • An overview of the impact and aftermath of ransomware attacks
  • Explore cyber resilience as a risk strategy for defending against ransomware
  • Learn how to maintain communications and ensure business continuity in the wake of an attack


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Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Dan Sloshberg

Product Marketing Director, Mimecast

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Matt White

Freelance Senior Information Security Consultant

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