How prepared are you for the next ransomware attack?
Ward Solutions presents: Key steps to preventing a ransomware attack.
When and where?
Start: 3:00 PM, 04/07/2017
End: 3:30 PM, 04/07/2017
One-fifth of Irish businesses were held to ransom by cybercriminals in the past 12 months, according to the results of a recent survey that we conducted.
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The survey was carried out among 170 senior IT professionals and decision makers in Ireland just prior to the recent WannaCry attacks, and highlights the scale of the ransomware issue in Ireland.
We have more insights from the survey that we will detail out at our webinar on July 4th. So don’t forget to register here.
Overview of the webinar:
- How could ransomware attack be prevented?
- What to do if you still haven’t experienced an attack?”
- How Ward can help you?
This webinar is going to help you understand ransomware from a larger perspective. Both our experts, Paul Hogan and Liz O’Neill come with an army background and now Paul, the Chief Technology Officer and Liz, Head of operations and response at Ward Solutions will help you have better clarity over the immensity of these kind of attacks and what exact precautions need to be undertaken.
This will be an interactive discussion where we will take in questions during and after the webinar. So keep your questions ready and fill in your details below to register and we will send you the link to the webinar in the next few days.
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