Mind the Gap: Closing Ransomware Risk Visibility Gaps
October 19, 2022 | 11am – 12pm CT
Our annual survey of security leaders and practitioners revealed that 90% of organizations were affected by ransomware over the past 12 months, despite 86% of enterprise customers increasing security budgets to fight it.
This indicates that security teams have very little confidence in their defenses. Where are the gaps in ransomware defense and how can you proactively address them? Turns out, the riskiest ransomware entry points are ones that security teams lack visibility into – including malware on unmanaged devices accessing the network, compromised third-party applications, and stolen cookies used for session hijacking of SSO instances.
Devices infected with malware, for example, create one of the biggest exposures to ransomware, and without visibility into those devices and into the resulting accounts compromised through malware-siphoned data, organizations don’t have the complete picture of their risk.
Join us on Wednesday, October 19th as we break down the critical findings from our 2022 Ransomware Defense Report so you can:
Benchmark your security posture against organizations like yours
Pinpoint gaps in your defenses
Discover proactive strategies to solve ransomware defense blindspots
Hear first-hand insights on the fight against criminal malware rings from a former Special Agent and member of the FBI Cyber Task Force
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The SpyCloud Difference
Stolen credentials – obtained through breaches and malware-infected devices – are a criminal’s all-access pass to your systems. So take them out of the equation. SpyCloud offers early detection and continuous visibility of exposed credentials and negates this threat vector immediately. The effort and cost of recovery from ransomware (not to mention the negative press attention) far outweigh the effort and cost associated with proactive prevention.
SpyCloud acts as a ransomware “early warning system” for hundreds of global enterprises, including half of the Fortune 10.
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