date April 20, 2017
time 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
In 2016, the FBI estimates that victims of Ransomware paid $1 billion to get access to their data. Studies show that the amounts that attackers are demanding are steadily increasing. In this presentation, we will look at these trends, discuss how to build the best possible defense, and explain specific recovery steps to take if you are attacked.
Jason Snook, Quorum, Systems Architect
Jason Snook is a Solutions Architect at Quorum where he is primarily responsible for designing backup and recovery solutions to fit customer environments. He is an experienced IT professional with over 15 years in the industry focused on network engineering, security engineering and system administration
Derek Snyder, Sophos, Sales Engineer
Derek Snyder is a veteran in the IT industry. For the past 11 years Derek has worked exclusively in the IT security space providing threat analysis, design, implementation and training for IT security solutions. Derek understands the challenges that IT leaders and administrators face with the evolving complexity of networks and the complexity of the products meant to protect them. The solution to complexity is not more complexity! Derek currently serves as a Sales Engineer and Threat Analysis speaker for Sophos.
Greg Ladwig, 1903 Solutions, MBA, CISSP
Greg Ladwig is the Cyber Security Practice Director for 1903 Solutions. He has been helping clients identify and prioritize key security issues, and enhance their security posture with assessments, managed security and security tools for over 15 years. He has an interest in IoT and privacy issues.