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The biggest problem with ransomware is not encryption, but credentials

28
Sep
2021
The biggest problem with ransomware is not encryption, but credentials

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With each passing day, the threat of ransomware increases in frequency, sophistication, and effectiveness. What started as a simple annoyance scheme to collect a ransom has evolved into a mature ecosystem of Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) providers leveraging double- and even triple-threat extortion tactics to ensure their demands are met.

Today, no organization is safe. The RaaS marketplace has enabled both new and experienced cybercriminals to target specific organizations – based on size, industry, geography and whether they operate in the public or private sector – with state-of-the-art technology.

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