"Pay Up or Else." It has become the modus operandi for a new generation of financially motivated cyber assailants. These hackers are leveraging new "pay-for-play" attack tools and services that are available via the Darknet, making ransom cyber-attacks available to even the most novice hackers.
Download Cyber Ransom Survival Guide: The Growing Threat of Ransomware and RDoS – and What to Do About It, to understand:
• The current threat environment and why ransom attacks are increasing in popularity
• How to differentiate between the real and fake ransom attacks
• Attack tools and services now available to hackers via the Darknet
• The most likely targets of ransom attacks and how to prepare
Radware, in partnership with Merrill Research, surveyed CIOs and senior vice presidents of IT, network or security in the United States and the United Kingdom. The goal: to understand their greatest challenges, threats and opportunities when it comes to information security.
In this report, Radware presents its key findings and analysis—along with recommendations for mitigating ransomware, security issues related to the Internet of Things (IoT) and other growing threats.
Cyberattacks are evolving at a blinding pace, leaving organisations vulnerable and unprepared. As the size and sophistication of attacks continue to grow, businesses need a security solution that can quickly adapt with today's threat landscape.
Fortunately, there are solutions that not only address these threats but also meet the specific needs of organisations searching for a DDoS solution. Whether it's on-demand, always-on, or hybrid, each approach has its own benefits, as well as challenges. So which option is right for you?
Read "On-Demand, Always-On, or Hybrid? Choosing an Optimal Solution for DDoS Protection" to learn more about how the expanded portfolio of cloud security services continuously adapts in step with evolving threats and ongoing development of applications.