Ransomware and other malware attacks are getting more and more complex and sophisticated. Especially personalized threats are on the increase. Unfortunately, they don’t stop at country borders but threaten the IT security of companies around the world. In order to protect our customers from those kind of attacks, we have launched the Hornetsecurity Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Service. Spain, for example, has seen a surge in ransomware attacks lately. Lola Climent, our sales manager in Spain, recently talked about the threats that are especially dangerous and how Hornetsecurity ATP can ward off the attacks from the first malicious email on a radio show at Telemadrid. Lola’s part starts on minute 7.00. Ransomware, CEO fraud and other attacks will also be part of the agenda at our Spanish Partner event, which will take place this Thursday in Barcelona. All Hornetsecurity partners are welcome to join the event. More information about the Spanish partner meeting can be found on this site, where a registration form is provided as well. Over 20 partners have already signed up, so be quick and secure a last minute seat!
The new Cyberthreat Report
Cyber Security Report 2023
The Cyber Security Report 2023 analyzes the current threat landscape, focusing on emerging threats and M365 vulnerabilities, which organizations must be aware of to safeguard their operations.