CSO senior writer Lucian Constantin knows that paying ransomware demands should be avoided — unless lives are on the line or the survival of a business is at stake. Join us as Lucian talks about the role of the ransomware negotiator, the person called in to negotiate terms with the criminals holding data hostage. He’ll explain their role, their background, and what they can and can’t do to regain access to critical data. He’ll also discuss the ethics that legitimate ransomware negotiators should adhere to.

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