Ransomware revisited – is it really the worst sort of malware? [Security SOS Week]

Today’s Security SOS webinar is:

Ransomware revisited – is it really the worst sort of malware ever?

The event takes place at 2pm UK time (13:00 UTC, 15:00 CEST, 09:00 EDT), and consists of about 30 minutes of live interview, podcast-style, followed by 10 minutes of questions and answers.

(No slides to watch or diagrams to digest – think of it as an interactive radio programmme on NPR or BBC Radio 4.)

Here’s what we’re covering today:

Recent stories suggest that ransomware is the worst sort of cyberattack you could experience. In truth, however, ransomware is more of a “worst among equals,” given all the other sorts of malware also out there.

Sophos security expert James Burchell is here to explain what to do when faced with a multitude of cyberthreats.

James has the enviable knack not only of explaining tricky problems in a way you can easily understand, but also of getting you fired up to go out and fix them!

Register now!


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