Martin is a Solution Architect for the EMEA region and joined McAfee in 2013. He is specialized in building enterprise architecture designs, Blueprints and integrations aligned to the key cyber security outcomes. During his time at McAfee he held various roles in various countries in the EMEA region.
Prior to McAfee, Martin worked with global IT Solution Integrators and Solution Partners.
More from Martin Ohl
McAfee Defender’s Blog: NetWalker
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ENS 10.7 Rolls Back the Curtain on Ransomware
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How to Protect Against Petya Ransomware in a McAfee Environment
A new variant of the ransomware Petya (also called Petrwrap) began spreading around the world on June 27. Petya is ransomware that exploits the vulnerability CVE-2017-0144 in Microsoft’s implementation of the Server Message Block protocol. This ransomware encrypts the master boot records of infected Windows computers, making the machines unusable.