Mullen Coughlin LLC partner Gregory Bautista and Tracepoint CEO Chris Salsberry discuss the latest ransomware trends and best practices to prevent incidents and respond quickly, effectively and compliantly to cyberthreats.
Ransomware activity in 2020 proves that threat actors are only getting bolder and more sophisticated every day. The number of ransomware attacks and ransomware demands have skyrocketed in the past two years.
A company’s best defense against an attack is prevention in the form of employee training, two-factor email authentication and frequent data backups, among others.
In this update, Mullen Coughlin LLC and Tracepoint are pleased to team up to provide the latest ransomware trends, an overview of the incident response process and best practices to prevent cyber-related incidents at your organization.
A PDF of the white paper can be viewed and downloaded here.
This article was originally published on Westlaw Today on May 19, 2021.