The deep look into Ransomware and it’s effects on Business
Daniel Tobok, the CEO of Cytelligence Inc. is an internationally-recognized cyber security and digital forensics expert as well as a serial entrepreneur who has created and successfully divested a number of cyber security companies joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Daniel Tobok discuss the following:
- It seems like Ransomware is all over the news. What is ransomware and what does it actually do?
- Why has ransomware risen in popularity so much with criminals over the years?
- When a company gets hit with ransomware, what is the first thing a company should do?
- Should a company pay their ransomware demands or not?
- Before a company gets hit with ransomware, what should they do to be proactive?
- For more information about ransomware, how does someone find you?
Daniel Tobok is an internationally-recognized cyber security and digital forensics expert as well as a serial entrepreneur who has created and successfully divested a number of cyber security companies.
He has more than 20 years of hands-on experience in all facets of cyber intrusions and hacking incidents as well as forensic digital investigations including investigations of theft of intellectual property; all types of e-lures including phishing, pharming, and spoofing emails; Anton Piller orders; e-discovery to respect the chain of custody in investigations; information technology department and website breaches; investigations of rogue and disgruntled employees and fraud, embezzlement and extortion investigations.
He eats, sleeps, and breathes cyber security. He has personally participated in more than 2,500 computer forensic investigations and more than 2,000 security audits and risk analysis engagements. Tobok works for and advises executives and corporate counsel at Canada’s top corporations and private companies and has consulted to the private and public sectors in North America and Europe.
Tobok is a tireless educator about the increasing frequency of cyber threats, the threats to business, the loss of privacy and the need for constant vigilance. Reporters, editors and producers have sought his opinion and commentary on security breaches and breaking security stories. He has been interviewed by The Financial Post, The Globe and Mail, The Lawyers Weekly, The Law Times, CTV, CBC, CityTV, and Global Television.
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