Ransomeware Vulnerability Scanner Explained: What and How?

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Lateral movement is a key tactic that distinguishes today’s advanced persistent threats (APTs) from simplistic cyberattacks of the past. The attack on JBS was part of a wave of incursions using ransomware, in which companies are hit with demands for multimillion-dollar payments to regain control of their operating systems. And yet, there is no guarantee that the hackers wouldn’t find another way to strike. (WSJ) Lateral movement refers to the techniques that a cyber attacker uses, after gaining initial access, to move deeper into a network in search of sensitive data and other high-value assets. After entering the network, the attacker maintains ongoing access by moving through the compromised environment and obtaining increased privileges using various tools. How do you see the vulnerabilities in advance? In this talk, we will introduce the Ransomware Vulnerability Scanner, a free network scanner at https://airgap.io, and help you stay ahead of adversaries. See it and fix it today!

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Ransomware attacks and threats are growing exponentially. While many security companies are trying to prevent ransomware from breaching the perimeter of your network, Airgap's Zero Trust Isolation Platform protects your organization from the inside out. Additionally, Airgap’s Ransomware Kill Switch is the most potent ransomware response for an IT organization. The solution can be deployed in minutes without any endpoint agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. Airgap was founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out https://airgap.io or email media@airgap.io