How to Secure Your Endpoints from Ransomware and Other Trending Attacks

Attackers have shifted their tactics. They’ve discovered new ways to re-engineer tactics to make them easier to execute, more evasive, and more likely to deceive targeted users. Combined with targeting platforms that organizations falsely consider more secure, these sophisticated attacks, including ransomware, are proving very damaging to unprepared organizations.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and discover:

  • Which new tactics attackers are now using against endpoints
  • What specific approach is most effective in defeating those tactics
  • How Palo Alto Networks helps customers to secure their endpoints from ransomware and other attacks

Featured Speakers

  • Dal  Gemmell
    Dal Gemmell
    Head of Endpoint Marketing
    Palo Alto Networks

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    Dal Gemmell is currently Head of Endpoint Marketing at Palo Alto Networks. Before Palo Alto Networks Dal was a Director of Product Management at SentinelOne where he worked with the engineering team and senior leadership on product direction.

    Prior to that Dal was a Director of Product Management at Symantec and led several endpoint protection product lines focused on the SMB market. At Trend Micro Dal was responsible for Trend Micro's SMB endpoint solutions and responsibilities included defining the Trend Micro SMB marketing strategy, pricing, positioning, and messaging of the "Worry-Free" business solutions.

    A published author with articles appearing in Entrepreneur and, Dal has worked in the IT industry since 1997 and focused on IT security since 2001.

  • Ryan  Olson
    Ryan Olson
    Palo Alto Networks
    Ryan is the director of Palo Alto Networks' threat intelligence team, responsible for collection, analysis and production of intelligence on adversaries targeting organizations around the world. Prior to joining Palo Alto Networks Ryan served as Senior Manager in Verisign's iDefense Threat Intelligence service. His area of expertise is detecting and identifying actors and groups conducting cyber-crime and cyber-espionage operations. Ryan is a contributing author to the book Cyber Fraud: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures, and primary author of Cyber Security Essentials. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in management information systems from Iowa State University, and a Master of Science degree in security informatics from The Johns Hopkins University.

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