Bad actors use ransomware to take data hostage every 11 seconds1.
From Colonial to Kaseya, ransomware attacks continue to make headlines, and it’s not just large enterprises that are suffering. More than 60 percent of small companies that experience a ransomware attack go out of business within a year2.
Some companies refuse to negotiate because they have backups, but 27% of them still don’t recover their data3. Most backup providers are no match for sophisticated new variants of ransomware that specifically target backup data for encryption and deletion.
Watch Druva’s 2021 Cyber Resilience Virtual Summit, where security leaders, Druva experts, and your peers will discuss how to make sure ransomware is no more than a minor inconvenience. You’ll get peace of mind with:
- Integrations between modern security and backup technologies
- Emerging best practices and real-world experiences from companies like yours that are fighting back
- New Druva innovations that span data protection and cyber resilience
1 According to CyberSecurity Ventures, Top 5 Cybersecurity Facts, Figures, Predictions, And Statistics For 2020 To 2021. Published March 2020
2 According to CyberSecurity Ventures, 60 Percent Of Small Companies Close Within 6 Months Of Being Hacked. Published January 2019
3 According to IDC, IDC 2021 Ransomware Study: Where You Are Matters!, Doc US48093721. Published 20 July 2021