Ransomware: Attackers, Defenders, and FBI’s Perspective

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Etay Maor Sr. Director of Security Strategy at Cato Networks

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Ransomware attacks are dominating the cyber threat landscape. As a low-risk, high-reward activity, we’re bound to see more attacks against all types of organizations. What can your company do to avoid becoming a victim? And what should you do if you’ve already been attacked? In our 2nd session of Cato’s Cybersecurity master class series “Ransomware: Attackers, Defenders and FBI’s Perspective,” SSA Doug Domin, of the FBI, and Etay Maor, Sr. Director Security Strategy at Cato Networks, will answer these questions and also explore: - The history of ransomware attacks and types of extortions ransomware groups utilize - How to operationalize security frameworks like MITRE ATT&CK - Insights from FBI findings, and how to get help if you’re already a victim - Tips – from ransomware groups themselves – on how to avoid attacks!

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