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Kaspersky Lab’s Industry and Technology Threat Predictions for 2018

Kaspersky Lab will present an in-depth review of its industry and technology threat predictions for 2018 – and consider what they could mean for some of the world’s most connected industry sectors over the coming year.
The session will discuss the top trends expected to affect enterprises, with a particular focus on connected healthcare, automotive, financial services, industrial security, and cryptocurrencies.
The aim of the webinar is to help IT security professionals in all industries to understand the rapidly evolving threat landscape and the actions they can take to defend their organization against these threats.
Recorded Nov 22 2017 52 mins
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David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
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