Human-operated ransomware campaigns are one of the most significant and impactful trends in cyberattacks today, according to the Microsoft 365 Defender Threat Intelligence Team.
Hands-on keyboard attacks start small, but in the background, something bigger is happening. Watching your every move. Noticing patterns. Identifying weaknesses. And then BOOM.
We’ve helped some pretty big players over the years. But we know that businesses prefer to keep these things on the DL, so we’ll never share this information – and you certainly won’t find any case studies or testimonials. You’ll just have to take our word for it on this one. Offering a discreet service lets our clients know that we’re serious about their security.
And if you haven’t watched the webcast from Microsoft yet, we’re going to share it again.Protecting cloud and on-prem. It’s time to plan!?
We’re always banging on about cloud-based security. But it’s important to remember that human-operated ransomware attacks aren’t a cloud-only problem. These highly sophisticated attacks know no boundaries and can impact on-prem, too. In fact, it’s easier to protect your cloud environment than it is your on-prem environment. Weird eh.
If you’d like to know why, get in touch and we’ll delight in telling you more! We don’t like to be pushy – it’s just not in our nature. But when it comes to something as serious as this, we implore you to get your security plan in place. And, if you do have one, implement the darn thing. This is the party you can never be too early to.
Whether or not your security plan is in place, we’re offering free 1-2-1 30-min sessions with one of our wizards of tech. We can guarantee that you will take at least one thing away that will improve the security posture of your business. And that will make us sleep better at night. It’s a win/win.
But if a free security review is not for you, we really really really want you to watch this instead.Human-operated ransomware: what we all need to know?
Human-operated ransomware is different to the cyberattacks that we usually hear about. They’re incredibly sophisticated and inherently difficult to spot.
As the name suggests, they require a human touch: invaders infiltrate, watch for patterns, highlight weak points – and then strike many months, or even years, later. By which point the attackers will know more about you and your business than you do.
And as they move laterally across your business, they can (and will) cause immeasurable damage as they go. Microsoft’s Principle Cybersecurity Consultant, Jim Moeller, warns that “we’re facing one of the greatest threats to cybersecurity, ever seen.” And that should’t be taken lightly.
We don’t like to be pushy. But when it comes to something as serious as this, we are…a bit. It’s so important to have a security plan in place. If you do, implement it. And if you don’t, get in touch! This is the party you can never be too early to.
https://info.microsoft.com/ww-thankyou-Human-Operated-Ransomware-webcast.html?LCID=EN-GB&ocid=eml_pg235439_gdc_comm_mwThe new kids on the cyber-security block?
Human-operated ransomware attacks. They’re the new kids on the cyber security block. And they mean business. Well, they actually mean potential catastrophic damage to your business. And by business, we actually mean your data, identities, and a demand that runs in to thousands (or even millions) of pounds.
We don’t like to be pushy or overbearing. But this is serious. Businesses must have a security plan in place. And if you do have one, implement the darn thing!
We feel really strongly about keeping businesses secure. And, of course, once personal passwords are being used in a business environment, we’re not just talking business. We’re talking about the security of you and your family’s personal data, too.
In fact, we feel so strongly about it, that we’re offering free 30 min 1-2-1 no obligation security reviews for our new or existing customers.
Human-operated ransomware attacks are a threat to us all. To understand more about their risks and how to securely safeguard your business, this webinar from Microsoft is an eye-opener – even for the non-techies!