Why ransomware prevention isn't working - and what you can do about it

Every 14 seconds, another organisation falls victim to ransomware: a rate of attack that is only increasing. A single ransomware attack can cost up to $5m, according to Ponemon Institute, also damaging brand reputation, disrupting business operations, and diminishing trust from customers and suppliers.

Additionally, cybercriminals are able to evolve their ransomware variants faster than CIOs and CISOs can keep up, from new techniques and distribution methods to types of attacks – such as those targeting enterprise backup infrastructure. So how do organisations adapt? Ultimately, it’s about a change of approach, a recognition that attacks could happen; but how and when you respond is key. This is where ransomware remediation plays a critical role.

In this thought leadership webcast, our experts discuss why traditional detection and prevention models are failing and why CIOs and other business leaders should focus on ransomware remediation in order to safeguard data. Watch the webcast now to learn more about how ransomware remediation and truly immutable backups could help protect your organisation from paying any ransom, ever.