Lockdown Lessons: Cyber Resilience Starts Here

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Tyler Moffitt, Senior Threat Research Analyst @ Webroot

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Despite efforts by organizations to layer up their cyber defenses, attackers are innovating and automating in new and unpredictable ways, forcing business leaders to shift focus from prevention to response and recovery. In order to keep your business and your customers safe, it’s essential to understand how to build cyber resiliency and put practices and policies in place that not only help to prevent attacks, but also enable you to quickly recover when they happen. On this webinar, Tyler Moffitt, Webroot Security Analyst, discusses how SMBs can build and maintain a strong cyber resilience posture to protect against an evolving threat landscape. Key takeaways: -Discover how to effectively prevent, detect and react to any cyber event. -Achieve complete end-to-end protection against cyber threats and quickly recover after an attack -Learn how to protect your customers and grow your business through integrated compliance -Build and maintain cyber resilience with an integrated compliance approach

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