I saw an article today curating news from some of the largest ransomware viruses that threatened home computers and corporations worldwide in 2017. As I was reading and reflecting on these, I realized that the sad part is, cyber security threats from external attackers are a daily worry for all organizations, as evidence by the many headline-grabbing ransomware data breaches of 2017 such as WannaCry and Bad Rabbit.
In case you missed those:
Reflecting on what happened in 2017 was a bummer. But my even sadder realization is that there’s no doubt that we will hear about more of these ransomware cyber threats in 2018 as well. So I thought it was a good time to remind you how Quest can help with ransomware attack mitigation, even in the very final stages of a breach, with our InTrust and Change Auditor solutions!
This short three-minute demo shows how you can use InTrust and Change Auditor for Windows File Servers to minimize the damage of a ransomware attack, without a specialized malware detection solution in place.
Here is a link to the video, or I've embedded it so you can watch directly from the blog.