Ransom(Every)Ware: Lessons Learned on the Front Lines of Record-Breaking Ransomware Attacks
Back when the world was introduced to WannaCry, a potent strain of ransomware code that infected and paralyzed 230,000 computers across 150 countries. In what would become a troubling theme, WannaCry, and subsequent strains of ransomware, could have been prevented from becoming a public nuisance had proper maintenance and diligence been employed.
In this white paper, learn everything you need to know about ransomware including:
- The anatomy of an attack
- How to survive an attack
- How recursive DNS can help