8 lessons learned from CloudHopper, WannaCry, NotPetya, BadRabbit


Posted on: November 30, 2017 by Zeina Zakhour

Since 2016 with CloudHopper, then WannaCry, NotPetya and BadRabbit more recently in 2017, cybercrime has risen in volume and sophistication but what are the lessons learned from the biggest ransomware attacks of these last couple of years?

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Digital Vision for Cyber Security

Discover our last Atos Digital Vision for Cyber Security opinion paper. We cover what every business should know about cyber security, why a concerted response is essential, and how to protect data, systems and services from any attack.

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About Zeina Zakhour
Fellow, Global Chief Technical Officer, Digital security, Atos and member of the Scientific Community
Zeina Zakhour is Vice-president, Global CTO for Digital Security in Atos. Zeina has twenty years of experience in the Cybersecurity field covering the end-to-end spectrum of cybersecurity from security advisory, to security integration, Managed security services/Managed Detection and Response, to securing digital innovations (Cloud, IoT, Edge, AI etc…) as well as risk management, compliance and privacy. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering in C.C.E from Notre Dame University Lebanon, a M. Sc. From Telecom SudParis and an Executive MBA focused on Innovation & Entrepreneurship from HEC School of Management. Zeina is a member of the Atos Scientific community and a Fellow in cybersecurity. She is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a certified ISO 27005 Risk Manager. She was the recipient of Atos Innovation trophy in 2013, was named in 2019 among the “100 fascinating Females Fighting cybercrime”, was listed in the CTO/CIO/CDO French top 10 influencers and was recognized as 2020 Cyber security leader by the Cyber Security Observatory.

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