It's hard to disagree with these findings. If you pay a ransom once, you'llLand up on a "suckers list" meaning that you've paid once, and are likely to do it again. These details are shared amongst illegal and underground communities, so beware If you suddenly have budget to pay cyber criminals to get access to your own data, then by definition, you have budget available for backups, disaster recovery, and BCP.
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5 minutes with Roy Horev - The evolution of DDoS attacks
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Distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks - when an attacker attempts to make it impossible for a service to be deliverable - are increasing in size, frequency and duration. Kaspersky Lab reported a doubling of DDoS attacks in the first quarter of 2020 compared with the fourth quarter of 2019, plus an 80% jump compared with the same quarter last year. To learn more about how these attacks have evolved over the years, we talk to Roy Horev, Co-Founder and CTO at Vulcan Cyber, a vulnerability remediation orchestration provider.