How the Threat Landscape Has Changed with COVID-19

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Derek Manky, Sr. Director, Global Security Strategists, Fortinet, Aamir Lahkani Sr. Security Strategist, Fortinet

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In the midst of an unforeseen influx of remote workers due to COVID-19, hackers and cybercriminals across the globe are quickly taking advantage of new vulnerabilities. Join our expert panel to learn: - How the threat landscape is changing in the face of a global pandemic - What techniques bad actors are using to compromise networks - Recent successful campaigns leveraged by attackers across the globe Plus, Derek Manky, a leader of Fortinet’s threat research group, FortiGuard Labs, will discuss recent findings from the team in the past weeks. Tracking billions of security events each day has helped FortiGuard Labs understand what tactics are being used to deploy cyberattacks, and what can be done to prevent them.

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