Evaluate the Baseline Performance of Your Organization's Security Practices

 

Our free Ransomware Incident Response Maturity Assessment will help you systematically understand your current security state and deploy best practices in cybersecurity.* 

Start the Process of Creating a Ransomware Disaster Recovery Plan

Ransomware is one of the most impactful cyberattacks ever. A barrage of headlines every day seems to report that yet another organization has been hit with a new and more insidious form of ransomware.

Never has an attack type such as this been as disruptive to its victims nor garner as much profit for its attackers. This combination of effectiveness and profitability can lead to staggering attack rates.

What is most frustrating about ransomware is that organizations can prepare for a ransomware attack. Knowing the business impact of ransomware will mean you can make informed decisions in how you will respond. Until organizations put the time and funds into security and resiliency best practices, ransomware proliferation will continue. 

  • It’s just malware.
    Ransomware, although unique in its end goal, is still malware and can be prepared for accordingly. 

     
  • You will have to pay, but you should choose who you pay.
    Whether you pay to modernize your security controls, for cyberinsurance, or for an MSSP, you want to avoid paying the attacker.

     
  • You can't prevent ransomware, but you can respond better.
    Mitigate the impact of ransomware with a security incident response plan that includes disaster recovery.
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