Ransomware: Holding Businesses Hostage in the 21st Century

Published by Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group and New Hampshire Association for Justice


We are experiencing an increase in frequency and efficacy of ransomware attacks, which can bring a firm’s operations to a standstill. Data breaches are often the results of vulnerable hardware and software. Security measures may be weak or out of date, presenting an opportunity to hackers and ransomware. This webinar examines internal and external threats, prevention, and the importance of being proactive in preparing a reaction to a cyber breach.

Darragh Fitzpatrick
Partner & Executive Vice-President - Tabush Group
Darragh has over 20 years of experience in the field of information technology. He joined the Tabush team in 2005, originally as a consultant and then network architect. In 2009, he became a partner in Tabush and took on the role of Executive...More

Originally Published

March 22, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Ransomware: Holding Businesses Hostage in the 21st Century - Video
  • Ransomware: Holding Businesses Hostage in the 21st Century - Paper 1

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