The complete guide to ransomware
What to do when your data is held hostage.
Victims of 2020’s biggest ransomware attacks – involving some of the world’s most nefarious ransomware such as Maze, Sodinokibi, DoppelPaymer, Nemty, Nefilim, CLOP and Sekhmet – had spent at least US$144 million in the first half of 2020 alone.
Costs ranged from ransom payment to attack investigation, network rebuilds, backup restoration and protective measures against future attacks.
Is your organization prepared for a ransomware attack? Successfully defending against these rampant cyberthreats takes preparation, as well as a deep understanding of what to look for, should an attack begin.
This guide shares the expert knowledge that researchers at LogRhythm have gathered about how ransomware attacks start, how they progress through an organization’s endpoints and broader network, and what you can do to prevent them — or at least shut them down — to avoid serious repercussions.