The 2018 Threat Impact and Endpoint Protection Report

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There’s no greater security worry than the fact that so many organizations today, despite their best efforts, are still falling prey to ransomware attacks, cryptojacking infections and data breaches. Cybercrime organizations have a clear vision of how they can make money, by either taking your data and selling it, holding it for ransom, or stealing CPU cycles.

In 2017, Ransomware was a multi-billion dollar business, seeing the number of new ransomware variants continually grow quarter over quarter. The increase in ransomware-as-a-service provides everything from a turnkey to a completely customizable solution has made it even easier for those with little or no developer know-how to get into the game of holding
organizations for ransom.

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