Endpoint Protection Best Practices to Block RansomwarePractical guidance on configuring your endpoint solution to provide optimum protection
This growth in ransomware incidents was part of a broader cyber threat trend: 72% of respondents experienced an increase in the volume/complexity/impact of cyberattacks over the last year. A properly configured endpoint protection solution represents one of the most effective methods to defend against ransomware. This whitepaper explores how ransomware attacks work, how to stop them, and best practices for configuring your endpoint solution for the strongest protection possible.
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Ransomware attacks have increased in volume over the last year, and the repercussions are widespread.
66% of respondents in our State of Ransomware 2022 survey reported that their organization were hit by ransomware in the previous year — a 78% increase from the year before. In nearly two-thirds of these incidents (65%), attackers encrypted data.
Overall, the average cost to remediate a ransomware attack was a business-crippling $1.4 million. Furthermore, 90% of victims said a ransomware attack impacted their ability to operate, while 86% of private sector organizations said it caused them to lose business/revenue.