The days of large-scale brute-force attacks on networks have largely passed. Cybercriminals and bad actors have turned to more targeted, precise, planned attacks on specific parts of networks that are harder to detect and prevent. Ransomware is one of their most dangerous and insidious tools. The malicious software finds its way in through phishing email and other insidious methods, taking advantage of more widely dispersed networks and their many entrance points. Systems that protect those end points are a crucial part of any cybersecurity strategy, allowing network operators to see and monitor incoming threats more effectively.
During this webcast, attendees will learn: