Ransomware came roaring back with a vengeance in 2018 and promises attacks on consumer electronics in 2019. This type of malware gets its name from the payment it demands after locking away victims’ files has quickly become one of the top types of cyber-attacks.
Only 4 in 10 companies have a strategy in place to deal with Ransomware, and of those 4, 1 would go bankrupt and close their doors forever.
With the raise of the price of bitcoin, it could cost 10s of thousands of dollars to get your data back if you get hit and that’s besides business disruption, remediation costs, and a diminished brand.
Ransomware is out of control right now and technology is having a very difficult time trying to stop it. This means it's all up to us, the human firewall to prevent it.
This tutorial will guide you on what to do Before, During and After a Ransomware Attack.
- Basic familiarity with PCs and networks. There are no specific prerequisites, since the course covers all the topics in detail. It is a good idea to have an understanding of how ransomware works.