Ransomware has reemerged, and ransom payments have shot up in tandem, with the average payout at $80,000 in Dec. 2019.
In addition, it’s evolving to avoid detection, and with the advent of Ransonware-as-a-Service (RaaS), even non-technical users can create an attack.
And maintaining backups or paying the ransom may not work. In cases where organizations paid, 17% were unable to recover the lost data. It’s clear – these attacks are dangerous and costly.
You can stay vigilant by reading this white paper to learn what modern ransomware looks like.