New Year, Same Breaches

Presented by

Jane Grafton, VP of Marketing

About this talk

In this webinar we’ll review the top data breaches that occurred during the first quarter of 2021. Perhaps predictably, attackers are using the same tactics to breach corporate networks they've been using for years: phishing, social engineering, ransomware attacks, third party vectors, unpatched systems, unintentional misconfigurations, and more. In parallel, cyber crime has evolved in the underground to the level of a commodity business that follows the same Something-as-a-Service model we see across the commercial software space. Attackers have become increasingly sophisticated and tenacious. Recent attacks against major vendors and government agencies have shown just how capable some of these well-resourced attackers can be. Join us for a deep dive into the types of cyberattacks we're seeing, how they are evolving, who is being targeted, and what you can do to detect and prevent them. It's a constant game of cat and mouse and our hope is that companies can be victorious against cybercriminals once and for all! It is possible... with the right cyber defenses.

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