How to Stop Ransomware In Its Tracks Now

Ransomware attacks have reached crisis levels, and organizations everywhere are under siege.  Large payouts, coupled with a relatively low risk of being caught, are encouraging criminals to launch these attacks with greater impunity. 

The bad actors behind these attacks are highly organized and well-funded. They leverage phishing and social engineering schemes, custom hacking software and other technical weaponry on a growing number of people and digital targets to hijack confidential data on a massive scale. The FBI compares ransomware attackers to terrorists who pose increasingly greater data loss, financial and other risks for businesses, government agencies and critical national infrastructure. While high-profile attacks against Colonial Pipeline, JBS Foods and Kaseya, Ltd. provided months of fodder for news outlets, the reality is that ransomware attacks are woefully under-reported and their ramifications significantly underestimated. Unfortunately, the pace and volume of attacks are intensifying.

Ransomware criminals are making big money off your data. Isn’t it time you turned the tables on them with a hijackproof solution?



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How to Stop Ransomware In Its Tracks Now

Ransomware attacks have reached crisis levels, and organizations everywhere are under siege.  Large payouts, coupled with a relatively low risk of being caught, are encouraging criminals to launch these attacks with greater impunity. 

The bad actors behind these attacks are highly organized and well-funded. They leverage phishing and social engineering schemes, custom hacking software and other technical weaponry on a growing number of people and digital targets to hijack confidential data on a massive scale. The FBI compares ransomware attackers to terrorists who pose increasingly greater data loss, financial and other risks for businesses, government agencies and critical national infrastructure. While high-profile attacks against Colonial Pipeline, JBS Foods and Kaseya, Ltd. provided months of fodder for news outlets, the reality is that ransomware attacks are woefully under-reported and their ramifications significantly underestimated. Unfortunately, the pace and volume of attacks are intensifying.

Ransomware criminals are making big money off your data. Isn’t it time you turned the tables on them with a hijackproof solution?



Request Free!

Comments are closed.