When you’re looking for a way to defend your company against a threat, it helps to break the threat down into smaller parts. Where does it come from and how do we stop it? How does it spread and how do we stop that? If we can’t stop it, what do we do after the attack? If we use this approach to break down a ransomware attack, we get three distinct phases: Delivery – malicious content containing the ransomware attack method arrives Infection – the payload detonates and/or the endpoint spreads the infection Recovery – Restoring data to the state…
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