Zero Trust Ransomware Defense for Credit Unions
Webinar: Zero Trust Ransomware Defense for Credit Unions
When: November 16th, 2021 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Webinar Length: 1 Hour
Ransomware is one of the biggest threats to banking organizations with a 1,318% increase in attacks year over year from 2020 to 2021. Ransomware depends on the vulnerability of data backups for a successful attack to ensure payment of ransoms. Secure backup and recovery capabilities are the last line of defense against ransomware.
Additionally, zero trust is now recognized as a critical component of any security strategy with 76% of organizations in the process of zero trust implementations. In April, the Department of Defense (DOD) published the Zero Trust Reference Architecture. In May, the White House issued the Executive Order for Improving our Nation’s Cybersecurity which includes a requirement for all federal agencies to plan for and implement a zero trust strategy. In September, the Office of Management and Budget released a draft Federal Zero Trust Strategy, and in parallel the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a draft Zero Trust Maturity Model.
What you will learn:
WHAT IS ZERO TRUST? Cut through the hype and learn what zero trust really is.
WHY ZERO TRUST NOW? Learn how zero trust improves resilience and ransomware defense for your organization.
ZERO TRUST EASY WIN Learn how EverSafe is an easy win in the race to zero trust.
ZERO TRUST HERO Learn how EverSafe saved a business from ransomware.
- Brian Hinze, VP Member Services and Operations at NCU-ISAO
- Todd Hillis, Chief Intelligence Officer at the International Association of Certified Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (IACI)
- Jan Dyment, Program Director at IACI
- Brian Waltermire, CEO of Asgard
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*IMPORTANT: These webinars are limited to members of the credit union industry and their direct affiliates, such as CUSOs and Leagues. Content will be labeled TLP:GREEN. Advance registration and registration approval by the NCU-ISAO is required. Space will be limited.