Don’t let ransomware catch you unprepared: On-demand

Now on-demand, Clay Kirkland from Specops and Scott Birch from Cyber Magazine discuss ransomware attacks, and how you can prevent them and how they occur

In this now on-demand webinar, which was hosted by BizClik Media Group on 7 June at 3pm, Clay Kirkland from Specops and moderator Scott Birch from Cyber Magazine will walk through what it’s like to experience a ransomware attack, how they occur, and what you can do to prevent future ransomware attacks.

The agenda for the webinar is as follows. Firstly, Birch and Kirkland held an in-depth discussion to find out why ransomware attacks are so prevalent in today’s society. 

They also looked at just how ransomware weaves its way into even the most secure security systems, before answering what is possibly the most important question of them all: What can you do as a business to stop them in their tracks?

The threat of ransomware is higher than ever before and protecting precious data is at the forefront of any cyber industry. Ransomware attacks threaten to steal data, cease operations and collapse the infrastructure of the entire company. So what can you do to prevent this?

The danger with it is that it’s not target-specific - it can attack any industry or any individual company and the damage can be irreparable. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency reported in February 2022 that it is aware of ransomware incidents against 14 of the 16 U.S. critical infrastructure sectors.

Meet the Panelist: Clay Kirkland, Product Specialist, Specops 

With more than 14 years in IT, Clay has a breadth of experience as a solutions architect, engineer, and now product specialist at Specops Software. He has worked in many industries for organisations solving IT's most pressing, and recurring, questions.  Clay specialises in protecting data privacy, Active Directory infrastructures, Azure AD, and Group Policy.

You can watch the webinar here. 


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