BlackBerry vs REvil (Kaseya) and PrintNightmare

Presented by

Tom Cameron, Principal Solutions, Architect BlackBerry | Chris Arsenault, Principal Solutions, Architect BlackBerry

About this talk

The recently revealed PrintNightmare vulnerability is exposing systems worldwide to the threat of remote intrusion by malicious actors. It comes on the heels of the REvil assault on Kaseya’s VSA remote-monitoring platform, a ransomware attack affecting multiple MSPs and their customers. Organizations are losing the battle against cybercriminals and must learn to proactively protect themselves from these kinds of attacks. This informative presentation will cover: -Security insights on the Kaseya attacks and PrintNightmare vulnerability -Effective ways to defend your organization from major cyberattacks of 2021 and beyond -Demonstrations of BlackBerry AI-driven cybersecurity tools detecting and preventing attacks before they wreak havoc Threat actors have dominated the headlines of 2021 with a string of successful high-profile attacks. It is time for organizations to seize the initiative and turn the tide back in their favor.

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