Is it possible to identify and fend off threats before they breach the network?
The ransomware threat landscape has grown significantly in the past several years. In 2021 there was a total of US$623.3 million ransomware attacks, an increase of over 202% from the US$206.4 million attacks in 2018.
Unfortunately, conventional approaches to cyber threat intelligence aren’t able to keep up with ever-evolving threats from cybercrime organizations and other determined adversaries. A new approach is needed to cyber threat intelligence, one that illuminates these threats in near-real and even real time.
Our new white paper, Ransomware’s Global Impact: More Responsive Threat Intelligence Is Needed, discusses the challenges of fending off ransomware threats and the need for proactive threat intelligence strategies. You’ll learn about:
- The increasing costs of ransomware and its devastating effect on organizations
- How Ransomware-as-a-Service has significantly expanded the scale and scope of ransomware attacks
- Techniques that cybercriminals use to foil traditional cybersecurity strategies
- How decreasing the threat identification timeline helps organizations respond to intruders before they breach the network