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Webinar: Mobile Ransomware Can Make You WannaCry

Webinar discusses how enterprises and government agencies can best protect themselves from mobile ransomware.

Zimperium is providing customers, media and the general public with a live webinar on how and why ransomware is a real concern for enterprises and government agencies and the best ways to protect your company/agency. Zimperium executive, Kern Smith, Director of Enterprise Sales Engineering, will lead the session and answer questions.

WHO: Zimperium, a global leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD) and a leading provider of real-time, on-device protection against known and unknown mobile threats.

TITLE: Mobile Ransomware Can Make You WannaCry

WHAT: All security professionals have heard of ransomware, but few truly understand that mobile devices are a key delivery mechanism into the enterprise. Hackers are attacking mobile devices since most have little protection. Data theft is one objective, but finding ways to deliver ransomware is equally important.

Join our upcoming webinar to learn how ransomware has evolved and what you can do to protect your company. In this webinar, we’ll review:

  • How hackers compromise mobile device
  • How compromised mobile devices can lead to the delivery of ransomware on traditional devices
  • The best approach for protecting your company from mobile-delivered ransomware and other threats

WHY: Ransomware is very real; as is the possibility of enterprises and government agencies being at risk by an employee whose mobile device was hacked. According to a 2018 study, the average cost per ransomware attack to businesses last year was $133,000, with 54 percent of companies having been hit by attacks last year.

WHEN: On-Demand

WHERE: Watch Now

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