While ransomware has been on the radar of cybersecurity teams for quite some time, activity increased sevenfold just in the second half of 2020. The combination of low risk, low barrier to entry, and high profits means ransomware will continue to be a favorite attack of hackers. More cybercriminals will launch more attacks, more often.
Even with ransomware’s increasing sophistication and volume, it is possible to avoid being a victim. When an organization is in the middle of a ransomware attack, it’s too late to put the correct technology in place to stop
the damage. Planning and preparation before it occurs are critical.
This eBook will explain the key steps to take to mitigate the impacts of ransomware. This eBook will cover topics ranging from how to properly train employees to avoid risk and what to do if a ransomware attack occurs, to explaining what technology is best suited to help protect and mitigate risk from ransomware.
Security leaders need to be diligent and take many steps to reduce the risk of ransomware incidents, but with the right preparation, it is possible to stop ransomware even after it’s gotten into the network. Read the complete guide now!