Part 1: 5 Steps to Cyber Resilience - It begins with Backup

Presented by

Alan Bull and Simon Mitrevski, Carbonite + Webroot, an Opentext company

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Achieve cyber resilience, starting with Backup Ransomware is once again fashionable for cybercriminals, and their return is driven by increasing payments. In fact, over $406 million was paid in cryptocurrency in 2020i. For businesses, it’s not just ransomware payments that impact the bottom line. Added downtime costs, reputational damage and customer distrust make it hard for businesses to fully recover. How do businesses protect themselves from future ransomware attacks? Join our 3-part webinar series starting August 18 to learn the 5-step framework for achieving cyber resilience with backup and protection. The experts at Carbonite + Webroot, an OpenText company, will uncover: - The latest threat landscape, keys trends and hidden costs with ransomware - How to leverage people, process and technology using a 5-step cyber resilience framework starting with backup - Insights to securing and protecting data while complying with local government regulations and privacy laws

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Carbonite and Webroot, OpenText companies, harness the cloud and artificial intelligence to provide comprehensive cyber resilience solutions for businesses, individuals, and managed service providers. Cyber resilience means being able to stay up and running, even in the face of cyberattacks and data loss. That’s why we’ve combined forces to provide endpoint protection, network protection, security awareness training, and data backup and disaster recovery solutions, as well as threat intelligence services used by market leading technology providers worldwide. Leveraging the power of machine learning to protect millions of businesses and individuals, we secure the connected world. Carbonite and Webroot operate globally across North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Discover cyber resilience at and