How to Stop a Ransomware Attack in its Tracks
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It is almost certain that a company will be targeted by a ransomware attack today. As attackers become more sophisticated, they find more ways to run malicious code on workstations and digital infrastructure. This makes it critical for a business to strengthen its threat monitoring capabilities and improve its cyber resilience.
So how can you better protect your organization from ransomware attacks? By stopping a ransomware in its tracks through active monitoring and tracking.
Join us for a deep dive into the threat monitoring world. We are bringing to you the lessons learned from ransomware attacks with some action-packed hacking demos! You’ll hear from Paula Januszkiewicz, renowned cybersecurity expert, CQURE CEO, and MS Ignite, RSA, and Black Hat Speaker.
In this one-hour webinar, you will learn how to:
Track malicious activity on individual computers and across a network and collect data traces correctly
Activate informative monitoring to alert you when something suspicious happens in your environment
Track and monitor activities in the network, from following simple scenarios to tracing the exact steps of a hacker
Principal Solutions Architect,
CEO, Cybersecurity Expert
Venky Raju has a strong background in computer networking, software development, and cybersecurity. He has led R&D teams across the globe developing leading-edge networking solutions, smartphone platforms, and connected applications.
Paula Januszkiewicz is a security expert and the founder and CEO of CQURE, an IT and cybersecurity consulting company that conducts IT security audits and penetration testing.
Paula is a Cloud and Datacenter Management Microsoft MVP and an honorable Microsoft Regional Director for CEE. She is a popular speaker at global conferences, including the Gartner Security Summit. At RSA 2017 both of her sessions were named among the five hottest talks, and her Black Hat presentation was voted Best of Black Hat Asia Briefings 2019.