Claudio Martinelli
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Claudio Martinelli
Managing Director for Latin America
Kaspersky
https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmartinelli/
https://twitter.com/clmartinelli
https://latam.kaspersky.com/
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Failing to stop the use of obsolete software is like having a nylon link in a company’s cybersecurity chain, writes Claudio Martinelli.
Fernando Thompson
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Fernando Thompson
Chairman
TBSek SA de CV
https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-thompson-3046345/
https://twitter.com/cyberthompson
https://soyfernando.com/
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SMEs are not likely equipped to fend off the dangers of a cyberattack. Fernando Thompson suggests ways they can defend themselves.
Fernando Quintero
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Fernando Quintero
Vice President of Sales Latin America
CrowdStrike
https://www.linkedin.com/in/fquintero/
With ransomware attacks on the rise, CrowdStrike's Fernando Quintero warns that an organization is only secure if every asset is protected.
Ana Padilla
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Ana Padilla
Director
iDric
https://www.linkedin.com/in/idric/
The pandemic increased cybersecurity risks as companies moved workers from offices to their homes, but are they ready to face those risks?
John Clayton
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John Clayton
Director of Operations, Mexico
Arista Technologies
https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-clayton-a6b19051/
https://www.aristatechnologies.ca/
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Most people don’t understand the devastating consequences of cyberattacks. John Clayton does, and he explains them here.
AI Cybersecurity Applications to Become US$46 billion Market by 2027
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In a sector fraught with global labor shortages, AI and machine learning technologies are poised to fill the gap.
Romeo Sánchez
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Romeo Sánchez
Vice President of Engineering
Ecaresoft
https://www.linkedin.com/company/ecaresoft-inc./
https://twitter.com/ecaresoft
https://ecaresoft.com
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You might think hospitals would be off-limits to cyber attackers but they have no such qualms, says Romeo Sánchez.
Reducing the Risk of Ransomware
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The pandemic and working from home practices increased the risk of ransomware attacks, agreed panelists at Mexico Cybersecurity Summit.
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The pandemic and working from home practices increased the risk of ransomware attacks, agreed panelists at Mexico Cybersecurity Summit.
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