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Protect Your Organization from the Unforeseen Implications of Ransomware

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The threat of Ransomware has never been greater with attacks now a significant risk to businesses and organizations of all sizes. In this day and age where data is invaluable, cyber-criminals are taking advantage of people who don’t know a lot about malware behavior. The fear of losing priceless data can push users to pay the ransom – and while they may opt to pay, having their files unlocked or decrypted is never a guarantee.

There is no silver bullet when it comes to ransomware; it requires a multilayered, step-by-step approach for the best risk mitigation, focusing on these four key security aspects:

  • Email and web protection
  • Endpoint and server protection
  • Network protection
  • Data backup policy

In this webinar find out what actionable steps you can take to minimize the risk of this high profile threat, so that you can avoid the business disruption, loss of productivity, damage to brand reputation and legal implications that come along with recovering from an attack.


Jay Abbot

Founder and Managing Director, ASC

    Michael Hill

    Deputy Editor , Infosecurity Magazine

    Brian Shorten

    Chairman, Charities Security Forum

      James Walker

      Cyber Security Consultant, Trend Micro

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