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25 March 2020 | 16:00 PM (Hong Kong Time)

Despite our advances in medical science, humans are still vulnerable to the newly developed virus such as COVID-19. One thing we know today about coronavirus: it can be extremely contagious even if patients have shown no sign of symptoms. This is remarkably similar to IT security. For example, most ransomware remains dormant for weeks or months until activated. While the infected hosts are not causing any damages, they are busy infecting other systems. IT organizations only have knowledge of ransomware that is reported by PC or server users. This discussion borrows the lessons learned from center for disease control, such as detection, quarantine, and tracking down "patient zero", and demonstrates best practices for cybersecurity professionals.


During this webinar session, Sangfor will also introduce a brand new weapon for our practitioners: Sangfor Cyber Command, helping organizations to understand their current threat landscape, perform impact analysis, and improve their security posture.

Speaker Profile

Speaker: Jason Yuan

Jason is the VP of Products & Marketing for the Sangfor International Marketing Department. With over 20 years of experience in the Technology sector, he has worked with exciting companies like Check Point, McAfee, Symantec and NSFOCUS, serving as head of product management, sales management and in product marketing and business development.
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