Protecting Against Ransomware with Limited Security Resources

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Robert Zamani, Sr. Director of Engineers, Malwarebytes and Bill Reed, Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager, Malwarebytes

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In today’s distributed and digitally transformed workforce, securing endpoints is one of the most important actions security professionals can undertake in the fight against ransomware. If you are already operating with a lean security team, thinking about endpoint protection may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Executing under best practices with the right tools, you can turn this formidable task into a well-defined part of your security stack. Tune in as we dig deeper into common challenges many organizations experience as they work to protect against, detect, and respond to ransomware with an endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution. We will also explore best practices to avoid issues when adopting an EDR solution and case studies that examine how to effectively mitigate these challenges. Whether your concern is keeping ransomware out or more specific like reducing false positives, Robert Zamani, Senior Director of Engineers, and Bill Reed, Product Marketing Lead for Malwarebytes EDR solutions, will share information about the latest threats, security best practices, and actual use cases. With or without a dedicated security staff, implementing the right approach can help you keep your organization secure with sophisticated solutions that are also intuitive to use.

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