Organizations have become unavoidable victims of ransomware attacks. This had long been foreshadowed with experts having estimated that a ransomware attack will occur every 11 seconds in 2021. When it comes to ransomware it’s not a question of if your organization will be targeted, but when.
Ransomware and its connection to strong authentication is not well understood today. Strong authentication involves establishing a trusted identity of a user or machine before authorizing access to data. The connection between strong authentication and ransomware lies in thinking about the ways actors using ransomware can infiltrate your organization.
This whitepaper will show you:
- What ransomware is and who is typically involved
- The way strong authentication and modern MFA can play a critical role in mitigating ransomware risks
- Recommendations for good security, and more!