Flash back to May 12, 2017, when WannaCry infiltrated networks across the world and infected over 300,000 computers in nearly 150 different countries. WannaCry infections were seen across all vertical markets in the weeks that followed, from a few Fortune 500 companies to even some startups.
During the months following this WannaCry attack, other malware threats popped up, creating chaos among enterprises. Most would agree that malware like Adylkuzz, EternalRocks, SambaCry, Sudo flaw, XData, Fireball, and Petya have done enough damage already. So isn't it about time IT security stepped up to the plate?
Security experts argue that organizations can proactively avoid cyber threats by understanding the types of ransomware attacks, and each of their workflows, motives, and effects. We couldn't agree more. That's why we've created an e-book all about ransomware basics. Download our free e-book to learn about the scope of each type of ransomware and how you can avoid future threats by employing a few security best practices.