July is Ransomware Awareness Month! This is a great opportunity for businesses to educate employees about evolving ransomware threats. Businesses can also re-evaluate internal security programs to ensure they are aligned with best practices for ransomware prevention and recovery. Ransomware is a type of cyberattack where hackers encrypt files using malicious software, blocking a business’ access to critical data to extract a ransom payment.

Today, cybercriminals are employing more aggressive and sophisticated tactics to extort businesses. Whether you are a large enterprise or an SMB, your business is vulnerable to ransomware. In fact, ransomware will attack a company every 2 seconds by 2031! Implementing preventative measures is key to staying ahead of ransomware. This includes employee education and training to minimize human error, which is the common cause of such attacks.

To help your business better understand and protect against ransomware attacks, we are sharing a FREE resource kit from our partners at KnowBe4. The kit offers actionable guidance on preventing ransomware and accelerating recovery in the event of an attack.

You can also work with GraVoc’s experienced information security team to actively strengthen your defenses and provide employees with consistent security awareness training to enhance your cybersecurity posture.

Download the FREE KnowBe4 resource kit to browse the following information.

On-demand Ransomware Master Class webinar featuring Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to prevent, detect, and mitigate ransomware.
KnowBe4’s popular whitepaper: Ransomware Hostage Rescue Manual and supplemental Attack Response and Prevention Checklists.
A 7-minute video that explains The Evolution and Future of Ransomware.
A new infographic on The Global Cost of Ransomware.
Posters and digital signage to promote ransomware awareness among users and employees.
Ransomware Simulator to check how vulnerable your network is against such attacks.

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