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Cybersecurity World takes place on June 28-29, 2017, in Denver, Colorado
The WannaCry Ransomware outbreak was a confluence of perfectly timed events which allowed cyber criminals to attack nearly 300,000 outdated Windows Operating Systems across the globe.
While it’s easy to point fingers and tell enterprises to “just patch,” what this attack highlighted is the fact that many of the affected organizations had also not disabled Server Message Block (SMB) v.1, were openly connected to the internet and weren't maintaining proper backups of critical data—all fundamental security operations.
At Cyber Security World, taking place on June 28-29, 2017 in Denver, Colorado, sessions will cover:
How to manage those pesky basics during “When the Levee Breaks: Fixing the Foundations of Your Information Security Program Before the Flood.”
Best practices for scoping out early warning signs of a security event in “Identifying Abnormal Activity to Improve Incident Response Time.”
And of course, attend “Dealing with Ransomware. How not to be a victim, and what to do when you become one” to prepare your organization for the next major ransomware attack.
Cybersecurity experts all agree its coming. Will you be ready?
To register today for Cyber Security World, click here or call our Customer Service Department at 508-879-7999.
Haven't had a chance to check out the full agenda? Click here to view our full line-up of breakout sessions.