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Webinar Today: Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT)

The Reason Why Ransomware is Really HEATing Up

The Reason Why Ransomware is Really HEATing Up

The shift to remote work has expanded attack surfaces and created new opportunities for attackers, giving rise to Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT), which are used as beachheads for initiating ransomware, data theft, and account takeovers.

During this live session on February 22 and 1PM ET, Menlo Security Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Mark Guntrip, discusses why HEAT attacks are the next-class of browser-based attacks taking advantage of today’s remote and hybrid workforce.

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