The estimated cost of ransomware for 2019 is $11.5bn, more than many global industries and markets. Think about that, the total cost of ransomware for this year will be more than many Fortune 1000 organizations make in revenue. The cost of ransomware isn’t simply the requested ransom, something most will recommend you don’t pay. It’s the cost of recovery, the cost of data loss, the loss in productivity, the intangible damage to your reputation and the most direct cost: a disruption of your services. With the prevalence and also ingenuity behind Ransomware attacks prevention isn’t the answer. Organizations have never had success stopping attacks. To survive, they need to build a strong internal security culture that mitigates risk. Surviving the accident is what’s important, not preventing it in the first place. Panle moderated by: Simon Ratcliffe, Director, Cloud Industry Forum Panelists: Steve Blow, UK Systems Engineering Manager, Zerto Bill Mew, CEO & Founder, Crisis Team Paul Foster, Group CIO, Cybersec Innovation Partners Chani Simms, SHe CISO Founder

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