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August 17, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Cyber Sip—"All Things Ransomware, With Lizzie Cookson"

Join host Kevin Szczepanski for episode 21 of Barclay Damon Live: Cyber Sip™. Kevin and guest Lizzie Cookson, director of incident response for ransomware remediation firm Coveware, offer an informative and wide-ranging discussion of Lizzie’s work, which includes data-driven profiling of ransomware actors to both predict their patterns and achieve better outcomes for victims. They also talk about how ransomware threats have evolved over the last few years and how they continue to evolve. Kevin and Lizzie then delve into possible results after a ransomware attack. Considering all the factors involved, Lizzie recommends that, when it comes to strategy, companies emphasize resilience over prevention. Listen in for more insights.


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