The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued an unprecedented “Shields Up” warning for organizations and businesses due to imminent cyberthreats. However, the extreme predictions of a huge wave of destructive attacks have, at the time of this writing, remained largely unfulfilled.
So, how exactly has the threat landscape changed in the current geopolitical environment, and what should you be doing to make sure that your risk is minimized? Barracuda is committed to supporting organizations whenever there is heightened cyber risk, and on March 23 we’ll be hosting a webinar you shouldn’t miss.
Reliable information from a trusted source
At the webinar, a panel of web-application and network security experts will share their up-to-the-minute findings based on active, real-time analysis of threat trends — giving you a fact-based understanding of what’s really going on in terms of conflict-related threats. Be sure to attend so that you can find out:
- What specific attack techniques and target vectors are dominating the conflict-related threats that have been detected
- Why your organization may be targeted even if it is not directly connected to any combatant strategic or tactical goals
- The top steps you can take now to minimize your exposure to elevated risks resulting from the conflict
Unfortunately, today’s hyper-connected world means that military and political conflict anywhere can create elevated risks everywhere. The key to managing that risk effectively is to avoid panic responses, seek out reliable sources of factual information, and use that information to execute sensible strategies.
By attending Barracuda’s March 23 webinar, you’ll gain the insights and facts you need to navigate the current risk environment and keep your organization safe. Save your spot now.
Heightened Cyber Risk: What you need to know
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. PDT
Tony Burgess is a twenty-year veteran of the IT security industry and is Barracuda’s Senior Copywriter for Content and Customer Marketing. In this role, he researches complex technical subjects and translates findings into clear, useful, human-readable prose.
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