Welcome to this month’s FIRST meeting! As a member of Oregon Data Community you are also a member of the PNW Data Community! This month, our friends at the Victoria SQL Server User Group are hosting a meeting on Thursday, the 24th, at NOON.
We are now using Teams!
In order to encourage questions during the presentation, we want people to use the raise hands option in Teams and not talk over each other. Please be mindful of the other attendees!
We will be starting at 12:00 PM PST/3:00 PM EST/9:00 PM CEST
Schedule (may be fluid):
12:00 – 12:15 PM – Announcements and other information
12:15 PM – 1st Presentation
Title: Resisting Ransomware in the 2020s
Abstract: The scourge of ransomware continues to grow – what is the effective defense? Join Richard Campbell to discuss how ransomware has evolved and what you can do to protect yourself and your organization. Expect the all-star hits of security-in-depth, multi-factor authentication, and antimalware strategies – but there’s more! Ransomware has many moving parts, and you only have to disrupt a few points to break the attack cycle. There are solutions!
Richard Campbell wrote his first line of code in 1977 and still isn’t over it. He’s had a bunch of jobs in computing, built a few companies along the way and these days does a little consulting, makes the podcasts .NET Rocks and RunAs Radio, is one of the folks behind the DevIntersection conferences as well as being chief cheerleader for the charity Humanitarian Toolbox.