Join Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner Sensato for a webinar to Reduce Your Risk of Falling Victim to Ransomware from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., Aug. 19.
The leading cause of ransomware is still end-users clicking on links in emails. We know staff wouldn’t do this intentionally, and regardless of all the training and warnings, the fact is that it is still very easy to fall victim to a phishing attack. Cybercriminals are getting savvier at making the emails look real.
Do you know what has NEVER been a victim of ransomware? A Google ChromeBook. Does that surprise you?
The easiest way to reduce your potential for a ransomware attack is to move your users to Google ChromeBooks. We understand that is no easy feat, so we’ve teamed up with Google to share some ideas and ways that you can (even incrementally) decrease your ransomware possibilities.
You will learn about:
- The top ransomware tricks and why they are hard to spot.
- Strategies to migrate your user base to Chromebooks.
- How to better protect end-users from ransomware.
- How to reduce the workload on your IT staff.
Register here to join Google and Sensato for this informative webinar to learn how to significantly reduce your risk of ransomware.
WSHA, WHS, nor Sensato receive compensation from Google for this webinar.
The Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner program connects hospitals with product and service organizations to create efficiencies, lower costs and deliver exceptional health care. For more information about Sensato or the WHS Industry Partner Program, contact Ed Phippen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 216-2556.