Racing Against Ransomware: Hacker’s perspective & how you can reduce dwell time

Presented by

Paula Januszkiewicz, Founder and CEO of CQURE and Leonardo Hutabarat, LogRhythm APAC Sales Engineering Manager

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Ransomware attacks are on the rise. Concurrently, cybercriminals are also innovating their attacks to ensure payment from victims, deploying triple extortion tactics. In 2021, recovering from a ransomware attack cost businesses $1.85m on average. Join our two-episode “Racing Against Ransomware” webinar series, where we share how to win the race against time when facing a ransomware attack. In this episode, world-renowned security expert and founder and CEO of CQURE, Paula Januszkiewicz, demonstrates the hacking techniques used in ransomware. From a hacker’s perspective, she’ll also show the entry points and pathways taken once a breach has been made. The session is continued by Leonardo Hutabarat, LogRhythm APAC Sales Engineering Manager, who shares his top 5 tips on how to defend against ransomware. Join our webinar and gain a fuller perspective on how to predict and stop a ransomware attack quickly before any damage is done. You may watch the second episode of the series here:

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