Show Me the Money! What Are Cybercriminals Really Seeking?

Presented by

Sean Everson, CTO / Simon Hill, Compliance & Risk Director / Ann Chesbrough, Global Marketing Director

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Is ransomware nothing short of data terrorism? Why aren’t regulations keeping pace with the distressing speed for which hacker’s infiltrate and hold data for ransom? And, what are these terrorists really seeking? In the 2nd quarter of 2019 Malwarebytes reported a 363% year-over-year increase in ransomware attacks. Industries hit hardest by the recent wave of ransomware attacks include manufacturing, healthcare, finance, education and oil and gas. Attacks have gone from DoS attacks, phishing and spear attacks to viruses and malware in a very short period of time. But the meteoric transition from malware to ransomware in just the past three to six months is alarming. Join Certes Network and our cybersecurity experts for a panel discussion to determine what 2020 and the future holds for ransomware and the security tools and solutions available for faster detection and response in order to safeguard your data. We will talk to experts sharing four different perspectives: Technology: Sean Everson, Chief Technology Officer Regulations: Simon Hill, Compliance & Risk Director Industry Analysis: Ann Chesbrough, Global Marketing Director

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