Book your free place: CyberCX Event in Oxford – Ransomware: Don’t be a cyber victim – 6th October

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Ransomware attacks are surging. Not only are instances of ransomware on the rise, but ransomware attacks are evolving to become even more harmful. When it comes to mitigating the risks of ransomware there are steps every organisation should know and act on.

CyberCX is hosting a free exclusive event on the 6th October, in the Ashmolean Museum Rooftop Restaurant with the beautiful views of Oxford to help local organisations understand the risks they face and how they can improve their security measures to reduce the likelihood of a ransomware attack and its often-devastating consequences.

Our experienced team of professionals will guide you through the security measures you need to prevent, detect and respond to a ransomware incident.

  • Prevent – Is your environment as secure as it could be?
  • Detect – Do you have effective monitoring in place for detection and interception?
  • Respond – Do you have an effective incident response and business resiliency plan in place to reduce impact and consequences?

You will also have the opportunity to network afterwards with our team of experts and some CyberCX clients for some 121 advice whilst enjoying some delicious canapes and the beautiful views of Oxford.

Greg Inge, CEO UK, CyberCX, said: “As companies have gone increasingly digital, surged on by the pandemic, cyber criminals have sought to maximise their profits by exploiting the vulnerabilities that come with a rapidly expanding ecosystem. I can’t stress enough how important it is that organisations take steps to protect themselves, it’s not a matter of if they are attacked but when. This event will provide the guidance organisations need to prevent, detect and respond to a ransomware incident.”

To register and secure your place visit the website here:  Ransomware: Don’t be a victim

When and where

  • Wednesday 6th October 2021

  • Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

  • 4pm – 6pm