Only 50% of U.S. businesses have a cybersecurity plan in place!
Ransomware’s emergence in the past decade has taken many twists and turns, from double extortion techniques to attacks against critical infrastructure. It has been a huge wake-up call to all organizations — but especially those without adequate security postures.
Watch our 30-minute interactive webinar to learn:
- How Ransomware Has Evolved
- Who Is Behind the Attacks
- If Your Business is a Target
The use of ransomware by hackers to leverage exploits and extract financial benefits is not new, but as of late, it has become more dangerous than ever.
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Meet the Host
Senior Channel Development Manager, Datto
Michael graduated Johns Hopkins University in 2002 with a degree in Political Science. Upon graduation, he began a career in sales which has covered a wide range of industries, from banking to construction management to eventually technology. Michael represents Datto at numerous trade shows and technology conferences throughout North America, frequently presenting alongside members of the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. The objective of these presentations is to connect with business owners and IT professionals to educate them on current cyber threats and the role business continuity plays in combatting these threats.
Ransomware Attacks Totaled 236.1 Million in the First Half 2022.
Ransomware Attack Tip
Unfortunately, sometimes you can be doing all the right things, but still come face-to-face with a cybersecurity attack. A good tip to stay afloat? Maintain your data separate from the rest of your network.
By doing so, you’ll have a recent version of your data to fall back on in the event of a cyberattack. FACT: Only about half of businesses keep a data backup and only 36% of enterprises have a complete data backup.
Be sure to regularly back up your entire network. This will ensure that no single breach has the capacity to completely obliterate the information your company depends on!