Biggest Breaches of 2021

Presented by

Peter Varhol, Technology Evangelist, Gurucul

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2021 has been an active year for breaches, especially those that involve ransomware. Attackers tried to extort millions of dollars from enterprises and other organizations, while others went about the task of capturing and selling personal data. In at least one case, a hospital patient died because health care professionals were locked out of their systems. This webinar looks back at the most significant breaches of the past year, examining how attackers got in and what the results were. It details the vulnerabilities involved, and how they are exploited to give attackers access to information on a network or system. Last, it explains how Gurucul analytical solutions can help organizations identify the risk of threats, watch for those threats, and identify and remediate those threats. Attendees will learn: 1. The most prevalent types of attacks that have occurred in the last year. 2. The loss of systems and privacy data that resulted from these attacks. 3. How Gurucul can provide solutions that make identification and remediation of such threats a reality.
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