Ransomware Webinar - What data tells us about the Risk?

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Jacob Olcott | Vice President of Communications and Government Affairs for BitSight

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How can security professionals avoid joining the growing list of ransomware victims? In research published last week, BitSight found that poor patching performance is a strong indicator of increased risk to ransomware -- in fact, organizations with less mature patching programs are 7x more likely to experience a ransomware incident. BitSight research analyzed hundreds of ransomware incidents and billions of security performance observations, creating sector and industry-specific analysis along with security program recommendations that we want to share with you. In this webinar we will cover the following topics: 1 - How Ransomware Cases Increasing Dramatically; 2 - How Ransomware Demands are Evolving?; 3 - Bitsight approach; 4 - Examples of Sectors; 5 - Relationship Between Specific Vulnerabilities and Ransomware.
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