FMCN Webinar: How to identify and protect against Crypto Crapware and other threats. May 9th, 2016 @ 2pm EST


For those who missed it last time, we are bringing back our latest webinar in November.

With the rash of Crypto related ransomware attacks out there, we have decided to put on a few webinars to help educate users on how to identify, protect against, remove and recover from these critical infections especially the Crypto family of ransomware.

We recommend all those responsible for the following roles in your business attend:

  • Internet access
  • General Data Security
  • Client Information Management
  • Backup operations
  • Remote access
  • User Content and control policy enforcement

This presentation will be at a beginner level and will have some technical information but will be geared towards end user understanding. Feel free to send this invitation to other business owners or associates who may need a better understanding of the threats out there which includes both Mac and PC users.

Topics we will cover include:

  • Identify sources of infection
  • Identify fake notices and popups
  • Understand the difference between a firewall, router and UTM(unified threat management)
  • Understand what can be affected and what cannot
  • Backup/Archiving
  • Disaster Recovery Planning

These webinars are approximately 45-60m long, will have notes and a review for you to take away and will have a Q&A afterwards for a more detailed discussion.

The 1st webinar this year is scheduled for Monday the 9th of May at 2pm EST. This is a free event and open to the public but registration is required as there are limited connections available on a first come first serve basis. Should registration exceed the number of connections, additional dates will be added.

 

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