Exploring the hidden lessons from NotPetya ransomware that nobody’s talking about and that can help executives prepare for future attacks.
The monetary consequence a ransomware attack like WannaCry has on an organization is clear; but what about the business disruption damages?
Even though organizations know about the importance of data breach preparedness with 86% of companies having a data breach response plan in 2016 versus 61% in 2013, a recent study by the Ponemon Institute shows that they’re far from implementing their plans in a way that helps them weather the storm if breach happens.
The number of vulnerabilities that organizations can confront are so many that if you’re not in the business of security or dealing with security matters, it can come as a bit of a shocker. Furthermore, the types of vulnerabilities can also be foreign territory for those who haven’t had extensive experience in the field. It is for this very lack of knowledge and expertise that so many businesses find themselves at a loss in tracking, as well as minimizing their security risks.