Alongside their strategic cyber partners, Risk Crew, our parent company The CLEAR Group are running a free webinar called: The Ransomware Playbook: A Survival Guide on Tuesday, 30 November at 2pm.
The webinar is a great opportunity for charities and voluntary organisations to hear from industry experts on:
- What is ransomware and how does it work?
- The defence strategy: how can you prevent a ransomware attack?
- What are the legal considerations following an attack?
- How will a cyber-liability insurance product respond to a ransomware incident?
To register for this free event, click below:
The number of ransomware attacks continues to rise
The number of ransomware attacks has increased by 435% in the past year alone, with the average recovery costs for businesses and organisations affected reaching £1m. (Source: https://nexstor.com/cyber-security-threats/)
The probability and impact associated with the threat of a ransomware attack is significant and the risk should not be underestimated.
What exactly is ransomware?
Ransomware is a form of malware (‘malicious software’) that uses encryption to hold the victim’s digital information at ransom. An organisation can therefore be unable to access data such as files and databases, with cybercriminals demanding a ransom to release the data.
A ransomware attack can be extremely debilitating to a business or organisation and is a growing threat, causing significant damage and expenses for those affected.
This webinar is a great opportunity to learn more about the potential dangers of ransomware and what charities can do to mitigate the risks.
To learn more about the event and register for free, visit: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/771109913552825101
For more information about protecting your charity, visit our Cyber Insurance page.
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