Though ransomware attacks dropped significantly in early 2018, over the past several years they have reemerged with a vengeance. Ransom payments have also shot up, and in December 2019 the average ransom payout to an attacker was over $80,000. Through this gain in popularity and increasing ransom payout, attackers are developing new features and capabilities to make ransomware more sophisticated.
Join this session to learn about how ransomware has changed over the past few years with real examples pulled from the Cybereason Nocturnus team’s work exploring ransomware threats.
Why should I attend?