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Webcast Today: APT Year in Review and Predictions for 2021

2021 Cybersecurity Predictions Webinar

2021 Cybersecurity Predictions Webinar

You’re invited to join today’s Threat Landscape webinar at 1PM ET. Join the live webinar to hear principal security researchers from Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team present their annual analysis of the most significant changes of the APT threat landscape and predictions for 2021.

Register now to hear about:

● Key findings from Kaspersky’s annual review of advanced persistent threats (APTs)

● Trends in tools, techniques and processes used against government organizations, enterprises and critical infrastructure

● Predictions for 2021 – Find out what the major threat actors may have planned!

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Can’t make the live event? Register now and you’ll get a link to watch on demand at your convenience.

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