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  • Management lecture
  • Stream I
  • Awareness / Phishing / Fraud
  • Education and training
  • Endpoint Protection
  • Identity and access management
  • Secure Homeoffice

Six things you should know to protect against ransomware attacks

In this session BeyondTrust will explore ransomware attacks and how you can protect your environment by making it inhospitable to them.

5/17/2022 1:45:00 PM – 5/17/2022 2:15:00 PM
Digital
  • Management lecture
  • Stream I

In this session BeyondTrust will explore ransomware attacks and how you can protect your environment by making it inhospitable to them.

Language: German

Questions and Answers: Yes

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Ransomware has ridden the coattails of coronavirus to new heights. Remote working grew exponentially practically overnight, multiplying the number of exposed RDP ports and other insecure remote access pathways. Privileged access, a core need for many types of malware and ransomware to execute and move laterally, also increased with the surge in remote sessions and the expansion of cloud deployments. Additionally, ransomware creators also used aggressive phishing attacks calculated to prey on people’s fears and hopes.
Yet, ransomware, just like any other malware, is not unstoppable—far from it. In the session, Laszlo Stadler, Sr. Solutions Engineer at BeyondTrust will explore ransomware attacks and how you can protect your environment by making it inhospitable to them.

Attend this session to learn:
• 6 things to know about ransomware
• Realistic security practices you can implement to protect against ransomware
• The role of PAM (privileged access management) in mitigating the risks of ransomware and other cyber threats with a powerful, blended defense

Unlike coronavirus, ransomware shows no signs of abating. Digital transformation, expanding cloud deployments, and increased remote work are all creating new planes of privileges for ransomware to exploit.
For those seeking to strengthen your organization’s long-term immunity and resilience against ransomware, don’t miss this event!




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This action is part of the event IT Security Talks Mai 2022