Humans and Tech are Needed to Stop Ransomware

As they say, a chain is only as strong as its weakest link.  When it comes to cybersecurity threats, what is the weakest link? Often times, it comes down to one of an organization’s users clicking on a malicious link that is a part of a phishing email.  Other times, it may come from zero days – built in vulnerabilities that are in software.  Whatever the case, organizations must be more vigilant as attack vectors seem to escalate in their complexity and ways in the door these days. Let’s learn how to stop ransomware

Since the global pandemic started, ransomware attacks have increased by 400%. Costs from these attacks are expected to reach 20 billion this year, and a full 75% of organizations are expected to deal with some kind of ransomware attack within the next 5 years. Having a lot of the workforce in a remote or hybrid work capacity is likely to add risks to these trends. It might be hard to believe, but we are now in a world where cyber criminals are out there with ransomware as a service, just waiting to take down the next company. 

Learn how humans and tech are your best bet at how to stop ransomware in the following visual deep dive below:

Humans and tech are needed to stop ransomware