Preventing Ransomware From Crippling Your Organization

The recent surge in ransomware attacks is linked to increased targeting of banking, technology, utilities, and energy industries.  Ransomware is driven notably by the rise of Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) and the low cost and risk associated with conducting an attack.  Oftentimes the precise origin of cyber attacks cannot be identified, which allows the nefarious behavior to go unpunished, no matter how harmful the impacts. In addition, widely available, low-cost tools provide a low barrier to entry into the cyber crime market, which is estimated by security researchers to exceed $6 trillion by 2021.   This report is available only to Threat Brief subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to read. If you have yet to sign up, please try our free two week trial. Signing up to the Threat Brief will give you access to this and all our other reports, as well as the daily Threat Brief, transmitted every day at 8am eastern.

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