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Ransomware-Webinar: Wirksame Bedrohungsabwehr mit AWS und Barracuda

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Ransomware continues to be a major source of financial, operational, and reputational risk for organizations of all sizes. From new ransomware variants and the latest attacks to the FBI seizing millions of dollars in bitcoin from a REvil affiliate and a warning about a gang responsible for nearly 50 attacks on critical infrastructure, ransomware headlines are still dominating the news.

Data in the public cloud is not immune to these risks. Today’s ransomware attacks can find and compromise the data stored in your AWS environment. To minimize the risks, it’s important to deploy effective defenses designed for the cloud.

Ransomware protection in the cloud

To get help overcoming challenges and deploying effective ransomware protection in the cloud, attend a live webinar coming up on December 8, co-presented by subject matter experts from Barracuda and AWS.

Join Larry Kiger, Security and Compliance Leader for the Americas at AWS,  Brett Wolmarans, Director of Solutions, Application Security at Barracuda, and Stasia Hurley, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Barracuda for this timely and highly informative webinar.

Larry, Brett, and Stasia will share the latest insights about modern, multi-stage ransomware that leverages multiple vectors to access your data. You’ll find out:

  • How AWS views the ransomware threat and works to mitigate risk
  • What Barracuda’s ongoing research reveals about the latest ransomware variants
  • Three steps to effectively stop ransomware criminals by protecting your email, network and apps, and data both on-premises and in the AWS cloud

Don’t miss this live presentation followed by a Q&A session. Save your spot now and get the info you need to stay ahead of the latest ransomware techniques.

Kostenloses Webinar

Ransomware: Effective Threat Response with AWS and Barracuda

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

9 a.m. – 10 a.m. PST

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