Defending Productivity:
Combatting Ransomware and Other Cyber Threats 

Enhance your ransomware know-how at our free webcast.

If you are an IT leader concerned about ransomware, cryptojacking, malware, and other cyber attacks, you're probably thinking …”When will it end?”

Join us on Wednesday, August 21st at 1:30 pm EST.

During the webcast, true Canadian security experts will discuss today’s cyber threat landscape, break down the anatomy of ransomware attack, and cover ways to keep your business safe and employees productive.

Register Today!

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Date

August 21st, 2019

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Time

1:30 PM EST

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Duration

45 Minutes

Cyber attacks on Canadian businesses have risen at unprecedented rates in 2019, and many organizations pay a hefty price once they fall victim to a malware attack.

Whether it is the cost associated with recovery, or the dreaded reputation hit that follows, businesses hit by cyber attacks face a host of issues that are extremely hard to recover from.

While threats continue to evolve, one thing remains constant for your business: you need to protect your productivity.

 

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • Why there has been a rise in Ransomware
  • Who cyber criminals are targeting
  • What preventive measures should be in place
  • What can be done once Ransomware has infected your systems
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Scott Anderson

Manager, Compliance, IT Weapons

For over 20 years, Scott has lead compliance risk assessment practices for Canadian businesses. As a compliance expert, Scott is crucial in discovering future potential risk sources, while keeping the business compliant with constantly evolving regulations and privacy laws.

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Huw Evans

Manager, Security, IT Weapons

Huw Evans has led IT Weapons Security initiatives for over ten years, and is an expert in cutting-edge information security services, including penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. Huw created ITW’s Security Consulting practice, and currently heads internal security standards including policies, procedures, technologies, and change management procedures.