This webinar will focus on some of the more interesting pieces of malware and threats that have occurred during the first six months of the year, focusing on serious new developments as well as the persistence of numerous older threats that continue to plague our systems.
Goretsky has been involved in the security industry since 1989. Having started his career in the technical support department, Goretsky is keenly aware of the damage malware can do to computers and their networks. He moved to the labs in 2006, but, in his free time, Goretsky still likes to spend time on forums, helping people who are having technology problems, an activity he has been recognized for with awards from both
What s fascinating about working in computer security is that you face new challenges and threats every day. It s essential that those responsible for protecting computers keep themselves informed of the latest attacks and emerging trends, explained Goretsky. 2014 has seen fascinating new developments, with the continuing rise of Android malware, state-sponsored cybercrime and organized criminals exploiting poorly-protected computers for the purposes of stealing information and making money.
The depth of his security knowledge and experience in the industry makes Goretsky an ideal presenter for interactive webinars, where he can contextualize the malware problem for businesses and organizations.
When asked what malware he dislikes the most, Malware that alters, corrupts, destroys, modifies or steals a user s data is on my most-hated list, replied Goretsky. To me, that s the ultimate violation of a user s computer.
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