Ransomware gangs have a new attack style. Are you protected?
Enterprise security teams have experienced several changes in recent years, including greater investment in cloud-based storage and more people working from home. These trends have led to staff members spending more time within a web browser – and ransomware gangs have adapted.
Highly evasive adaptive threats (HEAT) are a class of ransomware attacks that leverages web browsers as the attack vector. Ransomware gangs are increasingly using HEAT techniques to breach and expose enterprise security systems.
Read on to understand how ransomware groups are changing their tactics to take advantage of the latest industry trends and how you can protect your company from potential losses.