Ransomware is one of the most prevalent threats to organizations throughout the world costing organizations an average of $4.62 million not counting the ransom payment. Many different security controls seek to stop, or at least reduce the ransomware threat, but this is proving difficult due to the highly variable nature of the attack. According to a 2022 Ransomware Survey, 34% of organizations have experienced a ransomware event with 84% of organizations viewing ransomware as a significant business threat. 45% of organizations believe that "better defenses" are the answer while 13% believe there is nothing that can be done.
Fortunately, there are options for addressing ransomware, and even stopping the attack before it begins; cyber deception. Learn how the use of cyber deception can disrupt the ransomware kill chain, reduce detection time, and reduce the impact of infections while collecting environment-specific cyber threat intelligence. Make significant ransomware events a thing of the past and take back the advantage.