Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Ransomware
OnDemand | Where Did the Hackers Go? They Ran(somware): Insights into Ransomware Recovery
In 2022, the volume of ransomware attacks dropped by 23%, after a 105% increase in 2021. Good news, right? Wrong.
Attack methods are constantly evolving and with better security comes better hackers. The hackers didn't stop, they were adapting. Now, the threat of ransomware is more detrimental than ever, with an average of a month long shut down after an attack.
Oftentimes, the cost of the ransom isn’t the biggest expense. It’s the outages that immobilize businesses and the attack takes a hit to your organizations reputation. This means that the ability to restore systems after a ransomware attack is just as important as attack prevention.
Join this webinar to learn more about:
- The best way to bounce back after a ransomware attack
- How to prevent a potential month long shut down and other detrimental consequences
- Industry secrets on how to prevent an overall attack