What to Watch Out for in 2022: The Nastiest Malware of 2021

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Tyler Moffitt, Sr. Security Analyst and Community Manager

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Want to avoid the nastiest malware of 2021 in 2022? Join this webinar to know which ones to watch out for in the new year and how you can protect your business and/or your clients' businesses from them! In 2021 there was no shortage of attention-grabbing headlines about the latest ransomware attacks, but cybersecurity experts are sounding the alarm about a new wave of evolving threats. While large businesses are making the news, SMBs are still prime targets due to their limited security budgets and cyber resilience strategies. As ransomware and malware attacks grow more sophisticated by the day, MSPs and SMBs will need to know how to stay ahead of the curve. Listen to cybersecurity expert Tyler Moffitt as he examines 2021's biggest cybersecurity attacks and learn which malware and ransomware threats will pose a threat to businesses in the future. Key takeaways: - Discover the most dangerous malware attacks and why they’re increasing - Learn essential tips for protecting your business with a multi-layered approach - Explore strategies for keeping pace with evolving cybersecurity threats

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