Ransomware’s maturity and other modern threats with HPE
Chris and Dave are joined by James Morrison of HPE to discuss the ever-growing threat of ransomware. They discuss ransomware’s history, some of the noticeable modern trends, and what we can expect from ransomware creators in the future. They also work through some strategies around how to effectively respond to (and protect against) these modern threats. This is all against a background of the fundamentals of modern IT security in light of the “people, process, technology” framework.
Chris Hayner, Enterprise Solutions Architect, Anexinet
Dave Mahoney, Enterprise Services Architect, Anexinet
James Morrison, Cyber Security Distinguished Technologist, HPE
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