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Chief Technology Officer, WatchGuard Technologies
Member Since: 4/17/2014
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Corey Nachreiner regularly contributes to security publications and speaks internationally at leading industry trade shows like RSA. He has written thousands of security alerts and educational articles and is the primary contributor to the WatchGuard Security Center blog, which provides weekly patch updates and videos on the latest threats and security news. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Corey enjoys "modding" any technical gizmo he can get his hands on and considers himself a hacker in the old sense of the word. 

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Why Ransomware Will Soon Target the Cloud

2/11/2020
As businesses' daily operations become more dependent on cloud services, ransomware authors will follow to maximize profits. The good news: Many of the best practices for physical servers also apply to the cloud.

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PUBLISHED: 2020-03-31
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