Why ransomware remains resilient – and what to do about it!



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The rise of ransomware continues with attacks doubling in 2019. Sure cryptomining and Emotet took a lot of the spotlight in 2018 – but ransomware remains a resilient, lucrative form of attack that races to the top of attack vectors for 2019. And it shows no signs of slowing as security professionals get their budgets ready for 2020. Ransomware continues to evolve at an alarming rate with more sophisticated variants and hackers modifying attack methods for more even bigger payouts.
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See why ransomware still remains an unfortunate reality for organizations of all sizes, and all industries.
Meg Diaz is the Head of Product Marketing and Customer Insights for Cisco’s cloud security business. Meg has been in the security industry for more than ten years, with experience in network, endpoint, cloud, and data security. She came to Cisco as part of the acquisition of OpenDNS in 2015. Prior to that, she worked at RSA, the Security Division of EMC in various roles.
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Meg Diaz
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