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0:05 Introduction by Steffi Czerny
4:35 The state of cybersecurity: overview by Jennifer Schenker
6:50 Ransomware makes headlines, but the problem goes much deeper, as Natalia Oropeza explains.
10:00 Cyber crime as a business: “You can subscribe to an attack as a service”, Zeina Zakhour notes. “You don’t need any expertise at all.”
14:05 A look at the best defense strategies.
15:50 How the Covid-19 pandemic created new opportunities for hackers.
20:05 Why an effective defense strategy requires maximum visibility into an organization’s IT – in real-time.
25:25 Unforced errors: Common mistakes that victims make.
31:30 Collaboration is key: Why companies need to integrate partners into their cyber defense programs.
37:50 The value of diversity and inclusion: priceless.
46:30 Job openings: The market for cybersecurity experts is growing.
52:05 How artificial intelligence is helping defenders, but cannot get the job done on its own.

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