2021 Threat Report Webinar

2022-6-24 05:24:39 Author: blog.sucuri.net 阅读量:9 收藏

The threat landscape is constantly shifting.

As attackers continue to hone their tools and exploit new vulnerabilities, our team works diligently to identify and analyze threats posed to webmasters.

So – what do you need to do to stay one step ahead of attackers? Join Sucuri researcher Ben Martin on July 6th in our latest webinar to uncover the latest insights into emerging and ongoing trends and threats in the website security landscape.

Ben will be diving into the findings and analysis from our 2021 Website Threat Research Report to reveal some of the most common tactics and techniques seen within compromised website environments and our remote scanners.

This year’s report is full of fascinating insights. Topics include:

  • Vulnerable plugins and components
  • Most common types of malware
  • Outdated software & CMS distribution
  • Top cleanup signatures
  • Notable persistent infections

Last year, vulnerable plugins and extensions accounted for far more website compromises than outdated core CMS files and default configurations remain a serious liability for website owners.

A strong website security strategy needs a strong foundation. Join our webinar to learn about the most common risks website owners faced in 2021 and steps you can take to avoid becoming part of the statistics.

Register NowWe’ll also be hosting a Q/A session for participants at the end of the webinar.

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Rianna MacLeod is Sucuri’s Marketing Automation Manager who joined the company in 2017. Her main responsibilities include ghost-writing technical content and guides, along with managing email campaigns. Rianna’s professional experience spans over 10 years of technical writing and marketing. When Rianna isn’t drafting content or building templates, you might encounter her hiking in the forest or sampling chocolate. You can find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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