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The Inside Story of the Petya/ExPetr Ransomware: Learn how to protect your data

On Thursday, 29 June, Kaspersky Lab is teaming up with Comae Technologies to present an emergency webinar for businesses to help them understand and defend against the Petya/ExPetr ransomware. The malware has affected companies in a range of industry sectors across the world, with Ukraine, Russia and number of Western European countries most affected.

Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, senior security researcher in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team, will be joined by Matt Suiche from Comae Technologies to present the very latest information on the ransomware’s attack vectors, the infection process and how it spreads through company networks. They will provide mitigation guidance and explain the actions organizations need to take to secure their computers and networks against this threat.
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