The Reality of Ransomware Attacks

It's not a matter of if but when.

Live WebinarWed, June 110am PT / 1pm ET60 mins

In today’s world, when it comes to ransomware attacks, it’s not a matter of if but when your company will be affected. In fact, it’s estimated that an organization suffered a ransomware attack every 11 seconds in 2021 and it is expected there will be a new attack on a consumer or business every two seconds by 2031.

There are many solutions on the market that help to detect and block such attacks however, malicious actors have managed to evade these tools time and time again.

To avoid the painful outcomes ransomware ensures including, prolonged shutdown of operations, lowered employee productivity, increased support costs, and reputational damages, it’s essential that organizations focus on creating a playbook for remediation and recovery that combine technology and process to quickly get your operations back to normal.

This webinar will focus on just that, detailing a more efficient and quicker way to bring back operations impacted by an incident.  The Absolute Ransomware Response offering includes a professional services ransomware readiness assessment, a cyber hygiene baseline, and our Absolute firmware-embedded agent to expedite recovery tasks and provide remote assistance. You can ensure that your business won’t get caught off guard by an unexpected attack.

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Featured Speakers

Brian McGowan

Brian McGowan

VP of Global Security & Privacy, SharkNinja

Jeff Laskowski

Jeff Laskowski

VP of Global Professional Services, Absolute

Torsten George

Torsten George

VP of Product Marketing, Absolute

“The reality is that, while organizations are very concerned about the time to recover from ransomware attacks, they often solely focus on prevention tools, without planning for the worst-case scenario: falling victim to an attack. By building a plan and improving their preparedness and simplifying the endpoint recovery process for their organizations, they can accelerate businesses’ ability to recover and resume operations.”

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