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Event Date Tue Mar 2 EST (over 1 year ago)
Location Webinar
Region Americas

Ransomware attacks on state and local governments escalated in 2020 as cybercriminals targeted work-from-home employees and vulnerable infrastructure. As we start to navigate 2021, new threats will emerge and the old will remain. So what steps can agencies take to improve their cybersecurity posture and update vulnerable legacy systems, especially while facing budget shortfalls?

Government Technology is hosting a webcast on how agencies can better control user privileges and applications without hindering end-user productivity. Register now to hear our panel of cybersecurity experts also discuss:

· The forecasted ransomware trends of 2021 and how to prepare
· Actionable strategies to decrease the risks of ransomware in a work-from-home environment
· How to take advantage of CARES Act and other funding to combat ransomware


2021 Speakers

Adam Ford
Chief Information Security Officer and Acting Chief Data Officer, State of Illinois at the Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT)

Deborah A. Snyder
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Morey J. Haber
Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, BeyondTrust

Dan Lohrmann — Moderator
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Sponsors & Partners

2021 Sponsor

• BeyondTrust