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Cyber Threat Intelligence: Highlights and Trends for 2020


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Sponsored by NOKIA

Tuesday, November 3, 2020
9 a.m. ET

Get a comprehensive view of today’s threat landscape — and a deeper understanding of the biggest cyber risks facing organizations today — with new insights from the Nokia Threat Intelligence Lab.

The annual Nokia Threat Intelligence Report takes a look at the past year’s threat activity, including malware infections on mobile and fixed networks, based on data from hundreds of millions of endpoints and Internet of Things (IoT) devices protected by Nokia’s NetGuard Endpoint Security solution.

In this webinar, lead security researcher Paul Edwards will cover the highlights of the report and drill down into key threat trends, including:

  • The impact of COVID-19 on malware infection rates
  • The massive surge in IoT-related infections — a 100% increase over last year
  • The top malware seen so far in 2020
Paul Edwards
Signature Research, Development and Delivery - Nokia Threat Intelligence Lab
Paul Edwards is a senior software designer with over 20 years building and supporting security products for the telecommunications industry.  Paul is currently the lead security researcher for Nokia’s Threat intelligence Team.
Gerald Reddig
Global Product Marketing Director for Security, Nokia
Gerald Reddig is a senior business leader with more than 20 years management experience in the IT and telecommunication industry. He is leading Nokia’s portfolio marketing for Security and Network Management solutions. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and engineering and held positions in product management and business development including leadership responsibilities for European projects in the field of mobile Internet and communication services. He is a member of the broadband forum, directs Nokia’s membership in the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance as well as leading Nokia’s Security Center in Finland.

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