Detecting and Responding to a Ransomware Attack

Ransomware attackers are motivated entirely by money, and they go after your high-value data. If they gain control of it, through encryption or other means (93% of phishing attacks arrive by email), they can force you to pay to get it back. That is, unless you have the ability to detect these attacks and stop them in their tracks. Download this infographic to see what really happens during a ransomware exploit—and most importantly, what you can do to mitigate the situation and keep your organization secure.

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