Ransomware attacks continue to increase in frequency and severity. Every organization needs a ransomware and malware resilience plan. Three major components of such plans should include deploying Endpoint Security solutions, keeping computing assets up to date on patches, and backing up data. In this session, we'll look at trends in ransomware as well as review the results of the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass on Endpoint Protection Detection & Response (EPDR) solutions.
The EU NIS Directive (EU 2016/1148) which was aimed at achieving a common standard of network and information security across all EU Member States, is scheduled for an update. All organization needs to take steps to improve their cyber resilience and the NIS2 directive provides a useful framework for this. This updated directive will place obligations for cyber resilience on more organizations – you must check whether your organization is within its scope. Whether or not this is the case you should take action to ensure that your organization’s resilience to cyber-attacks is adequate. Even if the obligations of the directive do not apply, meeting them would help in this respect.
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