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DATE: Thursday, 27 May TIME: 10:30 AM LOCATION: Online COST: Free
Join this webinar from Sophos at 10:30 am, 27 May, to learn why MATs and Universities are failing to defend against today’s threats, despite following best practices.

High profile education cyber attacks are becoming common place in the mainstream media – and it’s no wonder. Large, complex environments coupled with limited resources makes this a real challenge for your organisation that carries public dependency on the services you provide.    

Join this education webinar to discuss why MATs and Universities are failing to defend against today’s threats, despite following best practices. With keynote speaker Ciaran Martin, founding CEO of the NCSC and Oxford University Professor.

They will cover:

  • How get the level of protection you require before you’re breached 
  • The key challenges you face and how to overcome them
  • The true cost of a breach for MAT’s and Universities 

 

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Education (jointly with retail) is the sector that reported the highest percentage of organisations hit by ransomware last year.
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