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Tracking the most significant threat for the Education Sector: Ransomware

July 15, 2016

Imagine losing access to all of your critical data for your institution — only to find out you are being extorted by criminals who require payment in order to get it back. This is happening at an alarming rate and is commonly referred to as Ransomware.

While these attacks are most prevalent on employee laptops, ransomware is now targeting departmental file servers and other critical infrastructure.

But, there are steps you can take to better protect your lecturers, staff and students to reduce the risk of ransomware infections — and Cisco has been at the forefront helping our customers against various versions of ransomware.

Join this webcast with experts from Cisco Cloud Security to discuss steps you can take to reduce the risk of ransomware infections. Learn how:

  • Ransomware has evolved and what you need to know about it today in the educational sector
  • How can you predict what ransomware might do next
  • Steps that you can take to help protect your staff and students while still maintaining a fast, safe and reliable service
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