Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about what Ransomware is and how you can stay secured with Segurazo. Please contact our support team for further queries.
What is a Ransomware attack?
A Ransomware attack is a severe type of cyberattack that is initiated by a malicious software, widely known as Ransomware; which encrypts an organization’s significant system data and typically enables cyber extortion for financial gain. Once initiated, Ransomware stops users or organizations from gaining access to their data, applications or systems until a ransom is paid usually in the form of crypto-currencies that are very difficult to trace.
How does an information or network system become infected with Ransomware?
An information or network system can be infected with Ransomware in several ways; most commonly through emails that contain malicious attachments or through drive-by downloading from infected websites, which occurs when Ransomware is downloaded without a user’s knowledge. Furthermore, advanced techniques of Ransomware infection have been detected in recent times, such as the exploitation of exposed Network servers as entry points to obtain unauthorised access into an organization’s network.
Can Segurazo's Security Suite detect and eliminate Ransomware before it attacks?
Segurazo’s Security Suite rely on connecting Ransomware warning signs across several vectors that are frequently undetected by traditional security solutions. Our advanced security suite, prevents Ransomware from infecting network systems by eliminating exploit vectors and call-back connections to web servers. With Segurazo, organizations can be certain of minimizing the overall impact of Ransomware on their data systems, as our security approaches are designed to eradicate every vulnerability.
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