InterVision Announces Study Identifying Ransomware as #1 Threat to Business Longevity

By DRJ on October 12, 2022

InterVision releases a new website focused on the customer experience, making B2B cybersecurity purchasing decisions easier

San Jose, CA and St. Louis, MO – InterVision, a leading information technology (IT) strategic service provider, announced today a corporate rebrand along with key findings from its Pulse study. Study results revealed that nearly half of all business leaders identify ransomware as the top threat to business operations. These announcements highlight the importance of doubling down on strategic cybersecurity measures.

The study (“Solving for Ransomware Threats: Insights Into Current Leadership Actions”) shares insights from 100 IT leaders on ransomware’s impact on business security. Surveyed IT leaders reported ransomware as one of the biggest threats to tech-related business in North America, with 45% citing ransomware as their top concern overall. The study also found that most organizations focus on ransomware attack recovery (46%) as opposed to prevention (21%). As a result, many IT systems cannot detect threats before they become critical to the organization. But when presented with the idea of Ransomware Protection as a Service (RPaaS), 90% of respondents were interested in the comprehensive strategy.


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