Putting in place MFA and good access security to protect against ransomware

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Ransomware attacks targeting enterprises in a variety of sectors have skyrocketed during the first half of 2020. Criminals are taking advantage of our reliance on digital communications and remote working for sinister purposes. As a result, most of the ransomware incidents can be attributed to a limited number of intrusion vectors, with the top three being badly secured remote desktop protocol (RDP) endpoints, email phishing, and the exploitation of zero-day VPN vulnerabilities. Join us in this session to understand how weak credentials and lack of access security exposes your organization to RDP and VPN-based ransomware attacks and hear from Thales experts on how you can protect against them.

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