Ransomware Today: What's New, What's Coming Next

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It’s been one year since the massive WannaCry ransomware attack struck more than 200,000 computers worldwide, encrypting users’ files and demanding a ransom to release them.

Since then, the rate of ransomware attacks has doubled.1 It’s now the most common variety of malware, and the exploit that enabled the outbreak, known as EternalBlue, is still threatening unpatched and unprotected systems.

So join ESET experts for the latest on ransomware and how to minimize your risks at this webinar. You’ll learn:

  • How ransomware continues to evolve and spread
  • Why mobile devices are increasingly vulnerable to attack
  • Best security solutions for blocking ransomware
  • What to do in case of a successful attack

1Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).