Ransomware and the Limits of Conventional Protection

Ransomware and the Limits of Conventional Protection

Ransomware is a rapidly evolving challenge for organizations of all sizes. Although the vast majority of ransomware attacks are spread by email through malicious links or attachments, devices can also be infected through several other vectors, including "driveby" downloads whereby a vulnerable victim system is infected simply by visiting a compromised website running malicious code. Social media platforms, mobile apps and messenger programs are also increasing in popularity to lure victims into clicking on infected files.

According to a 2017 investigative report, perhaps the most significant change to ransomware this past year was the swing away from infecting individual consumer systems and toward targeting entire vulnerable organizations, as we have seen most recently play out on a world-wide scale.

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