Is Your Ransomware Recovery Strategy Stuck in the Past?

By Allen Jenkins, Chief Information Security Officer and VP of Cybersecurity Consulting at InterVision on January 24, 2023

2022 was fraught with ransomware attacks, from the Los Angeles Unified School District to semiconductor chip maker Nvidia. But these weren’t the first and they certainly won’t be the last. Not only are cybercriminals increasing their attacks on organizations across the U.S., they’re getting smarter about how they execute them.

According to Gartner’s “How to Respond to the 2022 Cyberthreat Landscape” report, cybercriminals are beginning to use automation with tech like human-driven bots (“hu-bots”), multichannel phishing (“mc-phishing”) and ransomware as a service that help them circumvent organizations’ cybercrime protections. In other words, at this point, ransomware attacks are no longer an “if” but a “when.”


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