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Case Study: Australian National University | 2020 Virtual Roundtable

After finding themselves in a data breach in late 2018, the renowned Australian National University (ANU) published an extensive transparent report, outlining the timeline of events and the level of sophistication behind the hack.

A 2020 global intelligence threat report by NTT, found the education sector attracted 38% of all attacks last year and was the 2nd most attacked industry after government.

This rise of attacker techniques combining ransomware and data exfiltration illustrates that defense against either approach in isolation is insufficient. Compounded with the complexity of University environments, this also makes an endpoint-only approach unviable.

Join us for an exclusive fireside chat with the CISO of ANU, Suthagar Seevaratnam, as we discuss some of the changes they've made post-incident and what they see as their next steps to improve cybersecurity resiliency in today’s ever-evolving threat landscape.
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