Prevent and Protect: Staying One Step Ahead of Attacks

Presented by

Matt Aldridge, OpenText; Jonathan Barnett, OpenText; Ash Hunt, Sanne Group

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With cyber threats like phishing and ransomware on the rise, and with companies moving to cloud services at a rate unheard of, all organisations must consider new strategies and tools to prevent cyber-attacks causing severe damage to the business. Preventative cyber security is now a must-have. However, prevention and protection is a huge undertaking and without effective strategies and tools in place, organisations can suffer. With a myriad of services available today, it can be overwhelming to know which is right for your business. In the second episode of this series, we’ll take a look at the tools, services and strategies you should know about in the bid to protect your organisation from cyber-attacks. Join us as we discuss: - Why prevention is a vital part of cyber resiliency - Where to begin your prevention and protection journey - The tools, strategies and services available today

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