Strategies recommended by
FBI, CISA, NSA, and Secret Service to
thwart Conti ransomware
What you'll learn:
There has been another cost of this crisis, which the government and HSE (Health Service Executive) must also quantify—the cost in relation to health and lives—how many people had hospital appointments cancelled or postponed, how many people died as a result of this cyberattack?Peadar Toibin, Irish politician
About this resource
- Conti ransomware uses double extortion, a trending scheme among threat actors where data is both exfiltrated and encrypted, to threaten victims into paying huge ransoms.
- According to Coveware, the average cost of a Conti ransomware attack is $520,559
- and countless organizations including healthcare industries, government agencies, educational institutions, finance organizations, and more have fallen fprey to them.
- Following the surge in Conti ransomware attacks and the detrimental effects it has had on its victims, the FBI, NSA, CISA, and Secret Service have released a joint advisory to take proactive measures against the attack. Dive into our free e-book to learn more.