Threat Intelligence services as a key weapon in your arsenal against
an evolving cyber threat landscape

As the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions are reduced and economic activity picks up, the full impact of the pandemic on cyber security in the enterprise sector in Africa in particular, is yet to be assessed and evaluated.

Kaspersky, in partnership with ITWeb, will host a webinar where Kaspersky’s leading security researchers will present an overview of the 2020 threat landscape and share their predictions for the rest of the year and 2021.

Discover the expected cyber threat trends that will be developing post-COVID-19 in Africa and the rest of the world, the changing threats in the B2B landscape and the key pain points facing enterprises and public sector organisations amid a fast-evolving threat landscape.

This thought leadership webinar will explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the cyber threats and activities that exist today and why the concepts of threat intelligence and endpoint detection and response are necessary for businesses serious about building a solid cybersecurity strategy – a must in this digital world.

Expert speakers will explore how businesses can equip their IT security teams with the tools they need for thorough investigation, containment and response to cyber threats, based on knowledge of the tactics, techniques and procedures specific to the threat actor, and how to achieve visibility across all endpoints on the corporate network for superior defence.

You will also discover how Kaspersky’s Threat Attribution Engine can help mitigate risk by helping SOC analysts and incident responders attribute malware samples to previously revealed APT groups. Using its proprietary method, Kaspersky Threat Attribution Engine matches a discovered malicious code against one of the biggest databases of malware in the industry, and, based on the code similarities, links it to a specific APT group or campaign. This information helps security experts prioritise high-risk threats over less serious incidents.

In today’s digital world, it is not a matter of if a business will be attacked, but rather when –
and every business needs to be prepared.

Benefits of attending

Why should you attend?

  • Get up to date with the 2020 threat landscape and trends in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Hear Kaspersky researchers’ predictions for 2020 and 2021, and expected B2B threat landscape changes
  • Understand cyber security pain points now, and possible solutions to these
  • Discover the new Kaspersky Threat Attribution Engine to automate the classification and identification of sophisticated malware. 
Who should attend?

If you are an information security decision maker in the enterprise or public sector, this event is for you! This webinar is specifically tailored for:

- CEOs, CIOs, CISOs, CSOs and CDOs

- Governance & risk professionals and IT security managers

Discover how threats are expected to change in the year ahead

Expert presenters


Main plenary

Introduction and Welcome

Adam Oxford, Journalist and Media Consultant


Kaspersky threat researchers

Maher Yamout, Senior Security Researcher, Global Research Analysis Team, Kaspersky

Aki Anastasiou, Technology influencer, Facilitator and Conference Host


Q&A Session

Artem Karasev, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Kaspersky

Maher Yamout, Senior Security Researcher, Global Research Analysis Team, Kaspersky


Closing and End of webinar

Adam Oxford, Journalist and Media Consultant

Event Sponsor

About Kaspersky

Kaspersky is a global cybersecurity company founded in 1997. Kaspersky’s deep threat intelligence and security expertise is constantly transforming into innovative security solutions and services to protect businesses, critical infrastructure, governments and consumers around the globe. The company’s comprehensive security portfolio includes leading endpoint protection and a number of specialised security solutions and services to fight sophisticated and evolving digital threats. Over 400 million users are protected by Kaspersky technologies and we help 250,000 corporate clients protect what matters most to them.

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