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Kaspersky’s Advanced Targeted Threat Predictions For 2020

Kaspersky’s leading APT researchers will present their prognoses on what we should expect to see in 2020. The webinar will delve into the major trends of threat actors’ tactics, overall technical developments and other game-changers affecting the global threat landscape.
During the session, Vicente Diaz< David Emm and Costin Raiu will highlight the key evolutions to keep an eye on and outline what they mean for the security industry and international cyberspace.
Recorded Feb 11 2020 106 mins
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Vicente Diaz, David Emm and Costin Raiu, security researchers, Kaspersky Global Research and Analysis Team
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