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Lessons Learned from 2022 Cyber Attacks

Our presenters are experts in cyber warfare, network architecture, threat detection and ethical hacking, providing thought leadership on cybersecurity topics that impact our nation's critical infrastructures.

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Learn key cybersecurity lessons from the biggest cybersecurity attacks in 2022 from the experts

Sign up for our webinar – January 11, 2023, at 2 PM ET

2022 proved that once again that the cyber threat landscape is as dangerous as ever. New ransomware gangs are appearing and causing havoc, such as Cuba ransomware and Royal ransomware. There are increasing attacks on education, the healthcare field and more critical infrastructure.

Organizations are paying as much as $1,197 per employee to address cyber attacks on their network systems, according to some reports.

The same reports also notes that it has taken an average of 86 hours for organizations to address a cyber incident, which costs time and money.

We’ve seen local governments struggle to respond to cyber attacks that have made dealing with the aftermath a nightmare in terms of recovery and public relations.

Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat their mistakes. Sign up now and j­oin our cybersecurity experts on January 11th at 2 PM to make sure you learn from the worst cybersecurity attacks from 2022 and be better prepared to face cyber threats in 2023.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Details from the worst cybersecurity attacks in 2022
  • What sectors were most impacted 
  • Lessons and takeaways from the 2022 cyber attacks
  • Cybersecurity predictions to watch for in 2023
  • Protection and mitigation tips if you face a cyber attack

Sign up to join our cyber experts live and ask questions on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, at 2 PM ET.

 

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