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Below the Surface: Destructive malware and other threats to watch

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On the next episode of Below the Surface, our LinkedIn Live show, host Anastasia Hurley will be talking with Barracuda CTO Fleming Shi and Mahendra Pruitt, an endpoint security engineer from Barracuda MSP, about destructive malware and other threats the Barracuda team has been monitoring that you need to be aware of.

The episode will stream live on Thursday, May 12 at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. EST / 4 p.m. BST. You can visit the LinkedIn event page to save your spot, and you’ll get a reminder when the episode starts.

Below the Surface is a LinkedIn Live series that features Barracuda leaders and experts and our colleagues across the industry. Past episodes have covered topics including cybersecurity trends, the Log4j vulnerability, the evolution of bot attacks, the state of network security, analyst insights on ransomware trends, and more. There is also an opportunity for viewers to participate by asking questions through LinkedIn comments.

In-depth look at current threats

During the episode, Fleming, Mahendra, and Stasia will be discussing:

  • The types of threats our team has been seeing the most in recent weeks
  • The impact of the current conflict on the volume of attacks
  • How destructive malware works and what makes it different from ransomware
  • What you can do to protect against this type of malware and prepare for recovery
  • Why it’s important to stay vigilant

Fleming, Mahendra, and Stasia will also be digging into topics such as the types of concerns the teams are hearing about most from customers and partners, how organizations can stay ahead of evolving threats, and the impact of government alerts about these types of threats.

Join Fleming, Mahendra, and Stasia on Thursday, May 12 at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. EST / 4 p.m. BST on LinkedIn. We would love to see you there!

Can’t make it for the live broadcast? No problem! Come back here to watch the replay or check out past episodes on the Barracuda website.

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