The frequency of ransomware attacks on businesses has significantly grown over the past two years, with the number of detections increasing by nearly 2000%.
As the space becomes more attractive and lucrative to cyber criminals, the threat of ransomware is only set to rise in 2018 as attackers get more creative, sophisticated and persistent, and attacks from named ransomware such as WannaCry and BadRabbit become ever more prevalent.

With so many end points accessible to malware, organisations must be more vigilant than ever to protect themselves against this growing threat.

In this podcast, Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF addresses what organisations can do to prepare and protect against ransomware, and how focusing on the basics, as well as embedding security awareness within the organisation can help prevent such attacks.