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How 2020's Top 5 Attacks Reveal the Coming Cyberthreats in 2021


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Tuesday, February 9, 2021
1 p.m. ET
They say those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it – and the top five cyberattacks of 2020 provide a clear vision of the threat trends that security and IT teams will face in 2021.
Join Acronis VP of Cyber Protection Research Candid Wüest and Acronis Director of Cyber Protection James Slaby as they examine the most common and devastating attacks from the last year and reveal the cyberthreat trends that will dominate 2021. More importantly, they’ll explain how organizations can enhance their cyber protection strategies to reduce their risk to avoid costly downtime. Attendees will also get an in-depth look at Acronis Cyber Protect – the world’s most complete cyber protection solution – via a short engineer-led demo. Learn from the mistakes of others and be prepared for the worst 2021 has to throw at you.
Key takeaways:
  • Detailed understanding of the top five cyberattacks of 2020
  • Insights of how those incidents forecast this year’s threat landscape
  • Immediate steps that can reduce the risk from these cyberthreats
  • Actionable insights into strengthening your cybersecurity posture
James R. Slaby
Director, Cyber Protection - Acronis
James R. Slaby serves as Director, Cyber Protection at Acronis, where he focuses on the conjunction of IT security and data protection. Prior to Acronis, Slaby was an industry analyst covering IT security, cloud computing, and networking at Forrester Research, HfS Research, Yankee Group, and The Info Pro. With over 300 published IT research reports, he has been quoted in The Economist, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and countless tech publications. Slaby has also held campaign, solutions, vertical and product marketing roles at a variety of tech vendors, including Sonus, Acme Packet, Bay Networks and Motorola.
Candid Wüest
VP of Cyber Protection Research - Acronis
Wüest has extensive experience in the field of IT security accumulated during the past 20 years. Wüest is a security advisor for the Swiss federal government on cyber protection of critical infrastructure, a member of the Defcon Switzerland Board and organizer of the Area41 Conference. He’s won multiple industry awards, holds several security patents, and has authored numerous books, white papers, threat reports, and articles. As a result of his cutting-edge work, Wüest is a respected security conference speaker.
John “J.D.” Perham
Enterprise Solutions Architect - Acronis
John “J.D.” Perham has more than 8 years of experience in Solutions Engineering, Perham has helped many Acronis customers with their Cyber Protection needs to better protect and defend their critical infrastructure from attack.

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