David Belder, CIO of Verint Systems, explains how ransomware is evolving as an information security threat for business.
What do you want to do: pay £200 to get your data back or £250 to “inoculate” yourself against future cyber attacks?
Nowadays you can even have online chats with your attacker to decide on the “product” you need. Criminals can simply buy “ransomware as a service”. And that means it’s a cyber threat to all organisations, whatever their size. Why? Because there is money in it.
It is the next generation of theft.
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