Encrypt Me, Encrypt Me Not? TTP Intel for the 2023 Ransomware Threat Landscape

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Scott Small, Director of CTI, Tidal Cyber

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Ransomware and related threats will likely remain a top priority for many organizations in 2023. By most counts, the threat of Ransomware-as-a-Service (“RaaS”) remains high and is almost certainly growing for multiple sectors, especially those in or adjacent to “critical infrastructure” & public services. In parallel, however, 2022 saw a clear emphasis among some ransom- & extortion-focused groups on techniques aimed at evading improved defenses, with some groups appearing to entirely abandon the traditional ransomware-based encryption techniques observed so often in recent years in favor of data exfiltration and in some cases outright destruction. In addition to outlining our perspective on ransom-related threats over the next year, this session will highlight Tidal’s approach to surfacing & sharing TTP intelligence to fill gaps in timely, actionable information around evolving ransomware TTPs, and show how the freely available Tidal Community Edition can help organizations across the maturity spectrum take concrete steps toward strengthening defenses in line with current top ransom-related threats.
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