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Ransomware Awareness and Simulation

Turn your employees into ransomware attack defenders instead of paying a ransom

Ransomware Training for Employees

Organizations globally are prime targets for the escalating threat of ransomware attacks. Consequently, the critical question emerges: How can organizations thwart ransomware attacks and establish a cyber-secure environment? To accomplish this, an organization must prioritize elevating the cybersecurity posture of its systems and implementing robust People Security Management (PSM) measures, including training employees to defend against cyber threats.

A pivotal strategy involves implementing routine Ransomware Awareness Training and Simulation for employees. It equips them with the knowledge and skills with a real-time ransomware simulation campaign and awareness training by measuring their performance and providing additional training if required.

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Why Ransomware Awareness Training?

The main reason why Ransomware Awareness Training is important is because of the increasing ransomware attacks. The training will equip your employees with the knowledge they need to take action against the growing threat of ransomware attacks. It will educate your employees to be attentive, cyber vigilant, and be resistant.

The training will help them gain knowledge on how ransomware attacks are delivered and also the tactics used by cyber attackers to gain control of your systems and files. Educating your employees will ensure your valuable data is safe and you don’t end up paying a huge ransom amount.

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How Our Ransomware Awareness and Simulation Works

  • Customize a ransomware attack simulation template based on your requirements
  • Launch a ransomware attack simulation campaign on the selected group of employees
  • Analyze the vulnerability score of each employee or group after the simulated attack
  • Impart knowledge to employees through videos, articles, advisories, and infographics
  • Evaluate the progress of learning among your employees through gamified assessment
  • Get a detailed report from the simulation run on each department of the organization
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Ransomware Statistics

Global Ransomware Damage Costs

$325 Million
$5 Billion
$20 Billion
$42 Billion
$71.5 Billion
$157 Billion
$265 Billion

Ransomware is expected to attack a business, consumer, or device every 2 seconds by 2031, up from every 11 seconds in 2021

Source: Cybersecurity Ventures

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FAQs: Ransomware Awareness and Simulation

1. What is a ransomware attack?

Ransomware is malware that locks the users out of their system and encrypts their files or data. Cyber criminals lock the systems and encrypt their files until and unless the victim pays the ransom amount. These demands are often a huge amount of money and it comes with a deadline to transfer the sum.

Cyber criminals often deliver malware and virus through phishing emails that are embedded with malicious links and attachments. Once the victim clicks the link or downloads the attachment, the malware locks the systems and encrypts the files. The malware is specifically designed to extort money from the victims.

Some of the basic steps to prevent ransomware attacks are to back up the files regularly and to update the software and hardware with the latest security updates whenever available. Moreover, an organization should make sure that every employee is aware of the attack vector and have the knowledge on how to avoid cyber attack. This can be achieved by providing Ransomware Awareness Training and Simulation to the employees regularly.

Some of the most common ransomware groups are:

  • Maze
  • REvil
  • Ryuk
  • Tycoon
  • NetWalker
  • Bad Rabbit
  • Cryptolocker
  • GoldenEye
  • Locky
  • Petya
  • Jigsaw
  • Wannacry

The first thing to do when you become a ransomware attack victim is to stop spreading the infection of ransomware to other computers that are not infected. Then restore the backup data. However, before doing so, you should eliminate the ransomware first from the infected system. This is typically done by resetting the system to factory defaults. If the operating system is Windows then one can also recover the file with the Windows System Restore utility.

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