Ransomware - Breakfast briefing
13th October 2016 @ The Shard, Shangri-La
“Ransomware is unique among cybercrime because in order for the attack to be successful, it requires the victim to become a willing accomplice after the fact”
― James Scott, Sr. Fellow, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
“Ransomware is more about manipulating vulnerabilities in human psychology than the adversary's technological sophistication”
"the weakest link in a company's security chain is typically people"
Ransomware is on the rise.
Companies and individuals become victims of cyberattacks daily aimed at data kidnapping. It has now become the responsibility of many to combat and prevent cybercrime.
What we covered
In our breakfast briefing session, we discussed the most interesting and challenging developments in ransomware, the best practices to shield ourselves from infection in the first place, and also recover from the virus as quickly as possible.
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