Ransomware and phishing attacks are on the rise. As businesses adapt to the “new normal” of extreme uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, they are also faced with new challenges in their environments. Threat actors are adapting their approach, focusing their efforts on the exploitation of individuals. With many businesses now working remotely, the increase in cyber-criminal activities can create higher risks and the likelihood of losses for businesses.
Given these heightened risks, it’s even more important for businesses to stay informed of the cyber threats their organizations face both presently and when they transition back to normal. It is possible that the transition to normal operations takes longer to achieve and may never look the same as it did prior to COVID-19. With the changes in societal norms and work activities, new risks may arise and should be understood. Organizations that implement steps to managing these risks should have better outcomes when trying to protect themselves and their employees.
This live webinar will cover:
- How ransomware attacks are changing with COVID-19
- Challenges with ransomware and COVID-19
- Examples of current COVID-19 incidents
- What’s next in Ransomware post COVID-19
This conference features more than 60 speakers at the forefront of privacy liability and risk management. Connect with industry leaders at our panel discussions, interactive workshops, networking receptions, special luncheons, and more!
For tickets please click here.
This conference features more than 60 speakers at the forefront of privacy liability and risk management. With unique content on the Canadian cyber landscape, the event draws hundreds of professionals from the cyber insurance community and beyond. Connect with industry leaders at our panel discussions, interactive workshops, networking receptions, special luncheons, and more!
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February 12, 2020 | Beanfield Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto. ON
Theme: “Give and Take: why helping others drives our success”, based on the highly acclaimed book written by Adam M. Grant, PhD, Sociologist and top-rated Wharton Professor. The research concludes there are three styles of social interaction; givers, takers and matchers. Despite popular myth, givers enjoy the most success in the long run and in fact create a contagious positive working environment driving exponential team success. The CCTX is a collection of givers, empowering trust and success. Join us for a day of giving, learning and sharing excellence.
With CCTX membership more than doubling in the past year, we are moving to a larger facility for 2020 – The Beanfield Centre 105 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto. More space – more sessions – more value.
This full-day event will feature a variety of guest speakers, breakout sessions and a Sponsor Gallery. Complimentary full breakfast and lunch will be provided, along with an end-of-day networking reception. To view agenda click here
Recap of the event:
Cybercriminals discuss plans on which organizations to target, they share attack tips and strategies with each other on a regular basis.
It’s for this reason, that Cytelligence truly believes, if the bad guys are working together, then we need to work together as well.
Cytelligence is proud to share its vast knowledge of cyber threats with its surrounding business community.
Let’s tackle the threats and vulnerabilities brought on by the digital age by coming together and sharing what we know.
We are stronger together!
Attending the 24th Annual Fraud & Anti-counterfeiting Conference in Toronto, Ontario September 18-20, 2019? Hear from Cytelligence CEO Daniel Tobok on the following two panels.
Fraud Preparedness: Is Your Business/Workplace Safe from Fraudsters?
Protecting your business from Fraud: How to prevent phishing, online safety, physical safety within your office premises, education of
staff to protect against fraudsters. Don’t be the vicƟm of money laundering, proceeds of crime or the activities of organized crime or terrorists. How can you take steps to detect and prevent organized crime infiltration.
The Cyber World and Counterfeiters:
What can be done to better conduct online investigations? How to develop your case in order to provide a useful intelligence package for
law enforcement. The increased use of mobile and computer based interfaces by brands and the impact of cyber related crime.
Keeping your business safe from cyber attacks. What to do to prevent them and what to do if you need help immediately!
Join Cytelligence CEO Daniel Tobok as he speaks on the Managing Opportunities and Risks – Technology and Security panel