Dr. Al Hartmann (Chief Scientist, Ziften), Mike Levin (CEO & Founder, Center for Information Security Awareness)
Ransomware has gone from “on the radar” to a Code 5 level threat with the rise of “ransomworms” snaking through global networks in hundreds of countries. Your employees are the front line of defense, and IT and security teams are tasked with protection, detection and response. But nobody knows how the next ransomware strain will take shape and teams are rarely, if ever, properly coordinated.
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In this webinar, you will learn:
• Tips to help end users recognize and avoid ransomware.
• Tips to help IT / systems administrators minimize vulnerabilities and risks to protect against ransomware.
• Tips to help security teams detect and respond to ransomware attacks.
About our presenters:
Dr. Al Hartmann is the Chief Scientist at Ziften since 2009, focused on data analysis of user and endpoint behavior to drive critical situational awareness of enterprise cyber activity for security and operations management. Prior to co-founding Ziften, Dr. Hartmann was a senior researcher with Symantec's Research Labs and Technology Scouting Group, performing research in system cybersecurity and application quality of service.
Michael Levin is the founder and CEO of the Center for Information Security Awareness. Prior to founding CFISA, Levin had a distinguished 30-year career in at the United States Department of Homeland Security. Levin served as the Deputy Director of the National Cyber Security Division, as well as the served as the Branch Chief of the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force program in Washington DC. He was a member of the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Special Agent program and worked around computer forensics and cybercrime investigations for over 15 years.