Fireside Chat: The State of Ransomware Today with the Ransomware Sommelier

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The ransomware landscape has shifted dramatically in 2023 and 2024 with the disruption of the BlackCat/ALPHV and Hive ransomware gangs, followed by the takedown of LockBit.

But is this a turning point, or just a temporary setback?

According to the FBI ransomware losses in the US surged to $59.6m in 2023.

Join us for a fireside chat with renowned security expert Allan Liska, CSIRT at Recorded Future, and better known by his online alias "Ransomware Sommelier."

Liska will leverage his decades of experience as an ethical hacker and CSIRT professional to provide an in-depth analysis of today's ransomware threat.

In this session, you will hear about:

  • The long-term impact of recent law enforcement takedowns on ransomware gangs
  • An analysis of today's ransomware threats
  • Critical ransomware tactics organizations need to be aware of in 2024
  • Why the "pay or not to pay" debate persists
  • Actionable tips for mitigating the damage caused by a ransomware attack

This session was part of Infosecurity Magazine's Online Summit Spring 2024


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Allan Liska

Senior Security Architect and Ransomware Specialist, Recorded Future

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