Dave Baggett, CEO & Vaughn Harring, Director of Media and Analyst Relations
Targeted ransomware attacks are on the rise. The recent Colonial Pipeline attacks along with many others are clear evidence of this. The ransom amounts are also getting larger. According to a recent report by Verizon, the frequency of ransomware attacks has already doubled this year compared to last. INKY could have stopped these attacks before networks were breached.
INKY is the only vendor in the cybersecurity industry that uses innovative technology that integrates with existing security to provide an unparalleled barrier against these kinds of incoming phishing threats. With new types of attacks being created on a daily basis this puts your employees at great risk because these criminals play on the ‘human error ‘weakness. With the main access point for almost every ransomware and malware attacks delivered in an email, organizations need to take this problem seriously and be better prepared.
During this webcast, Dave Baggett, CEO of INKY, and Vaughn Harring, Director of Media and Analyst Relations, will unveil some recent ransomware attacks and show how INKY's technology is preventing them from ever making into your employees inboxes and putting your data at risk.
In this webinar you will learn that with the right protection in place you can detect and prevent a ransomware attacks from threatening your organization.
• How are ransomware attacks getting passed the secure email gateways?
• How can companies supplement the core email defense to prepare for the increased ransomware attack trends?
• Action you can take today to improve your defenses against an attack so your employees won’t click links in emails.
• Why does INKY uses color coded banners to help employees detect malware-ridden email?