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Ransomware attacks can pose a significant threat to organizations, but by taking the right steps, you can protect your valuable assets and data. Strengthening your security hygiene by reducing the attack surface, keeping your software and operating systems up to date, and ensuring that all devices are properly configured for security can make a significant difference. Protecting remote desktop services and implementing protection, detection, and response controls, such as endpoint, network email filtering software, and regular data backups, can further safeguard your organization against ransomware attacks. We have helped organizations across the globe protect themselves against this very real threat by helping them shore up their endpoint environment, including implementing the right EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response), MRD (Managed Detection and Response), and SIEM (Security Incident and Event Management) solutions.

Drawing on our experience with ransomware attacks, we have identified three key steps that should be prioritized: prepare, limit, and prevent. Although it may seem intuitive to focus solely on preventing an attack, we recommend taking a more proactive approach. By assuming that a breach could occur, we can prioritize measures that can mitigate the most significant damage. This approach is critical, as the likelihood of a worst-case scenario involving ransomware is high. Considering the highly creative and motivated attackers that we face, who can effectively control complex real-world environments, we believe that preparing for the worst and establishing frameworks that can contain and prevent attackers from achieving their goals is essential.

We are fully aware of the worry and unease that accompany the possibility of ransomware attacks. That’s why it’s crucial to prioritize prevention and take the necessary steps to enhance your organization’s resilience. Your company is secure if you put in place a strong incident response plan and conduct frequent security awareness training. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you need any additional help; we are here to support you.

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