Doesn’t It Make You WannaCry? Mitigating Ransomware Attacks

Monday, May 7
3:20 PM - 4:05 PM
Location: Aria

We will discuss the characteristics of the Petya and WannaCry ransomware attacks, including how each spread and what happened to target organizations that were hit by the malware. We will also describe the recovery process that many organizations had to perform. Finally, we will identify very specific recommendations to help defend against these types of attack, as well as discuss some of the typical issues that prevent an organization from implementing the controls that would prevent this type of attack.

David Branscome

Partner Technical Architect

David works in the One Commercial Partner organization of Microsoft, helping Microsoft Partners learn and deploy the latest Microsoft technologies, including security controls in Office 365, Windows 10 and Azure. He's worked at Microsoft for 9 years in a variety of roles, including 6 years in the Microsoft Consulting Services and Premier organizations, supporting customers in the Federal, State and Local Government, as well as Higher Education customers as they deploy and manage on-premises, online and hybrid Microsoft technologies.
David holds a nunber of certifications, including CISSP, GCWN, CCSP, CEH, Security+ and several dozen Microsoft certifications.
David has been married for 27 years, has 4 children (3 boys and a little girl) and lives outside Raleigh NC. For a vacation, David loves nothing better than to rent a house on the Outer Banks with an ocean view, a week of sunshine and no WiFi anywhere!
Dave loves talking to Microsoft partners, so if you are a Microsoft partner - or work for a company that's a MIcrosoft partner - stop by and say hello!


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