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In the Trend Micro 2017 Security Predictions report, we cover many of the threats that organizations will have to deal with this year and none could be more challenging that a targeted attack. We recently saw a report from the Identity Theft Resource Center which said 2016 had the most data breaches in US history.
In the first 5 months of 2016 Trend Micro found more new ransomware families than the last 2 years combined. Enterprising criminals are flocking to get in on this lucrative market which makes your job even tougher since most ransomware is delivered via a phishing email.
In this session, Mike Osterman, from Osterman Research and Chris Taylor from Trend Micro will cover the latest ransomware research and best practices to keep ransomware out of your email system and from impacting your users.