Live Webinar

Three Secrets to Stopping Ransomware Cold

Protecting your company from ransomware can feel like a full-time job. From hiding in SSL to chasing unknown file downloads to preventing lateral movement, there seems to be no shortage of ways ransomware can outsmart your defenses.

Join Bryan Lee, Principal Product Manager at Zscaler, as he provides details on some of the top ransomware campaigns and the new approaches needed to keep your users and data safe.

During this webinar, you will discover:

  • How the latest ransomware campaigns are exploiting security weaknesses.
  • Why ransomware is so good at exploiting today’s inspection compromises.
  • How to deliver a better sandboxing approach to suspicious content.
  • Why cloud scalability is a key ingredient to closing network security gaps.
  • Why a zero-trust approach to connectivity can eliminate your attack surface and lateral movement.
Webinar Dates
  • America: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 | 11:00 AM PT | 2:00 PM ET
  • EMEA: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 10:00 AM BEST | 11:00 AM CEST
  • APAC: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 10:00 AM IST | 2:30 PM AEST

About the Speakers:

  1. Deepen Desai

    Deepen Desai is responsible for running the security research operations at Zscaler ThreatLabZ. Deepen has been actively involved in the field of Threat Research and Analysis from past 13 years and has strong affiliations with various security working groups. He is passionate about finding and reverse engineering new malware payloads to neutralize the threat with effective countermeasures. Prior to joining Zscaler, he was a Senior Threat Research manager at Dell SonicWALL. Deepen holds a Master’s of Science in Computer Engineering from the San Jose State University.

  2. Bryan Lee

    Bryan Lee is a Principal Product Manager at Zscaler with over 10 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry in a variety of roles. His areas of expertise are in espionage threats, cybersecurity operations, and threat intelligence.

    Prior to joining Zscaler, Bryan was a Principal Researcher with Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks, responsible for the co-discovery of adversary groups such as OilRig, DarkHydrus, as well as contributing significantly to research involving other adversaries such as the Sofacy group.

    Bryan got his start in cybersecurity working at the NASA Security Operations Center, ultimately moving into a lead position. Due to his diverse set of experiences and skills, Bryan has frequently shared his expertise with some of the most influential organizations and conferences in the world.

  3. Tony Fergusson

    Tony Fergusson has 25 years of experience in IT networking and security across a multitude of organizations including Manufacturing, Information Technology and Financial Services. Prior to Zscaler Tony led MAN Energy Solutions' secure cloud transformation for over 10 years, and for the last 5 years, he has focused on the award-winning Zero Trust initiative using Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) to secure the company.

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