OnDemand Webinar | Closing Hybrid Working Security Gaps: Redefining Ransomware Prevention and Recovery
Today’s world of work is difficult to define. Where and how work happens has fundamentally changed, and permanent hybrid working will inevitably strain an organization’s ability to detect cyber threats, especially as the trusted perimeter stretches to include remote workers.
The 2021 Global Workplace Report reveals that despite a significant gap between strategic intent and implementation of the hybrid workplace vision, there is clear agreement that hybrid workplace security is one of the most crucial elements to achieving organizational goals. In fact, more than 60% of respondents agree that cloud and cybersecurity are the top technology tools underpinning workplace strategy.
As security specialists plan their hybrid workplace strategies for 2022, many are seeking to redefine security from the ground up - assessing where unintended gaps have emerged in their security defenses.
The need to maintain remote collaboration and productivity has accelerated the adoption of cloud solutions such as Microsoft 365, but their growing popularity has created an irresistible target for disruptive tactics, such as ransomware. The target is so irresistible, in fact, that 94% of attacks enter the enterprise via email.
In this webinar, we explore four practical, best-practice steps to deal with the most common gaps in email security and share examples of how organizations are redefining ransomware prevention and recovery:
- Gap 1 - Detect and block data loss;
- Gap 2 - Prevent email-borne infections;
- Gap 3 - Avoid email downtime;
- Gap 4 - Automate recovery from affected emails and attachments.