Sophos: How to Defend Against Ransomware in 2022

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Ransomware has accounted for 79% of all cybersecurity incidents since 2021. Be that as it may, it has been the greatest threat to cybersecurity for a long time. Ransomware is a type of malware that threatens to publish private data or block users from access, holding it ransom. These types of malicious attacks are becoming more and more common, leaving many businesses vulnerable and at high risk of sensitive data breaches and exposure. Ensuring your company knows how to defend against ransomware and secure its data is, hence, imperative to run your business.

Companies need to know how to defend against ransomware attacks

Addressing the 2021 threat landscape whilst drawing on findings from Sophos' new Global Threat Report in this podcast is Dr. Eric Cole, Founder and CEO at Secure Anchor Consulting, and Kris Wayman, Manager, Global Sales Engineering at Sophos. The two experts discuss how organizations can best defend themselves against evolving attacks in 2022, covering everything from:

  • Types of ransomware attacks that pose a threat to businesses
  • Challenges that are facing the cybersecurity industry as attacks grow and evolve
  • The importance of rapid identification and neutralizing active threats, from planning to implementation
  • Tips and tools to deploy to avoid mass attacks
  • How to defend against ransomware
  • Sophos’ threat predictions for 2022

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