Business Continuity Management / Disaster Recovery , Cybercrime , Cybercrime as-a-service

Closing the Gaps in Ransomware Prevention Strategies

Expert Insights: ICL Group CISO Alberto Hasson Shares Lessons From the Front Line
Alberto Hasson, CISO, ICL Group and executive member of the CyberEdBoard

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Alberto Hasson, the CISO at ICL Group, discusses how to avoid becoming the next victim of a ransomware or other malware attack. He outlines what defenders can do to close gaps in their defense strategies and how they can mitigate attackers' ever-evolving tactics.

Hasson says of ransomware, "You need to catch it while it's a fish and not a shark. The moment you have a shark in your system, you have a problem."

In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, Hasson discusses:

  • How attackers are succeeding despite our defenses;
  • Common gaps in organizations' defense strategies;
  • How to stay ahead of attackers' evolving tactics.

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Hasson is the CISO at ICL Group, a global specialty minerals and chemicals company that operates 44 sites in 13 countries worldwide. His previous experience includes working as head of Israeli National CERT at the National Cyber Directorate under the Prime Minister’s Office and as the acting director of the Department of Technology and Certification at the National Information Security Authority, or NISA.


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