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Ransomware is one of the most prevalent and dangerous threats to organizations of all sizes and across all industries. It has been a major concern since at least the late 1980s, and all signs point toward it being a top priority for cybersecurity well into the future. So, how can your team prevent a ransomware attack or better prepare to mitigate its impact if one does occur?
First, you’ll need to implement baseline cyberdefense tactics like antivirus, patch management, and physical access restrictions. Then, you’ll need to optimize your network, endpoint, and other crucial defenses, ideally with specialist support. Since attackers typically request payments in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, you should also be prepared to safely process a crypto payment, if your internal team deems that solution prudent.
That’s where RSI Security comes in.
Read our whitepaper to learn all about what ransomware is, where it comes from, and—most importantly—how to prevent a ransomware scheme from damaging your organization
What you'll find inside the Checklist:
- A primer on the history of ransomware, alongside time-tested mitigation strategies
- A deep dive into the cybersecurity architecture needed to prevent ransomware attacks
- A consideration of the legal and regulatory requirements for navigating ransomware
- A peek into the future of ransomware attacks and how to stead ahead of the curve