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In the Knode Ransomware for Hire

Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) attacks such as DarkSide have broadened the victim profile of ransomware. Join us at 1pm ET on August 26th, as our experts discuss the growing sophistication of these attacks—and their expanding list of targets.

On our agenda ...
• Learnings from the RaaS business model in the wake of Colonial Pipeline
• The major misconception that ends up costing small businesses
• Best ways to respond to increasing frequency and complexity of attacks
• Common-sense steps that ensure a faster recovery from ransomware
• Investments hackers are making as they grow more sophisticated
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    Panel Discussion with Kaspersky and special guests
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    • The major misconception that ends up costing small businesses
    • Best ways to respond to increasing frequency and complexity of attacks
    • Common-sense steps that ensure a faster recovery from ransomware
    • Investments hackers are making as they grow more sophisticated
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