We’re wrapping up Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a webinar that’ll cover key tips to protect your servers from cyber attacks. Just in time for Halloween, we’ll dive deep into the online threats that lurk in the dark – and show you how to protect yourself from the dangers you can’t see.
An insider’s point of view is always valuable. Arianna Della Valle shared her perspective on server security with our own Eric Ellis in our webinar “Imunify360 Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Spotlight on Netsons” – now available on demand by clicking here.
To celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness month in October, we planned a special webinar to cover everything you need to know about how to protect your servers against unknown threats, specific types of attacks you may not know about, and why it matters more now than ever.
Join us on Tuesday, October 18 at 11 am EST / 5:00 pm GMT+2 for a conversation with Arianna Della Valle about her server security journey with hosting company Netsons. She’ll share the challenges Netsons faced, why change was critical, and how she’s been able to increase both productivity and profits.
Is your server security bullet proof? Could you benefit from a fully automated system that prevents malware and mitigates cyber attacks?
Join hosting security guru Eric Ellis this Friday at 1 pm EST to hear how others are using Imunify360 to secure their servers so they can focus on scaling their business.
Register and join hosting security guru Eric Ellis this Friday at 1 pm EST and see how Imunify360 detects and prevents malware and mitigates cyber attacks without being a security expert so you can focus on scaling your business.
We'll be talking about Imunify360, our next-gen security suite for Linux servers, and answering all your questions on how to get the best out of it.
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