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The pandemic has led to an increase demand for online services. Many companies have substantially developed the e-commerce aspect of their business. This has resulted in an increase in online fraud as businesses rely on their domain names to provide a safe destination for their customers and clients.


There have been over 100,000 COVID-19 related domain names registered since January 2020. Although many have been legitimate, thousands of newly-registered domains have been identified as active threats, leading to an explosion of cybercrimes to perpetrate spam, phishing, malware campaigns and other cyberattacks.


Join our experts as they look back at some of the major cybersecurity threats in 2020 and discuss the responses to the outbreak and strategies businesses can take to protect their domain names against rising cyberattacks. 

Language: English

Agenda: (Hong Kong time)

16:00 Webinar starts

16:45 Q&A

17:00 Webinar ends


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