Three NEW Ransomware Exploits - How to Close the Backdoor

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George Crump, StorONE CMO

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Ransomware attacks are now using three new exploits to force you into paying the ransom. Bad actors know that you will resort to your backups in response to an attack. As a result, modern ransomware malware deploys three new exploits: 1. Target the protected data that the backup architecture stores 2. Target backup software metadata and configuration files 3. Target the recovery process to slow it down to where it seems easier to pay the ransom These three exploits leave the backdoor open and increase your vulnerability. The cause of these vulnerabilities is legacy backup storage systems that are decades old and can’t possibly keep up with these new threats. Join StorONE’s CMO and former industry analyst, George Crump, to learn more about these three exploits and how to close the back door on Ransomware. Join us live on March 17th at 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT. Pre-register today, and we will send you our latest whitepaper, “How to Protect Your Backup Infrastructure from Ransomware Attack.” Can’t make the live event? Pre-register, and we will send you a copy of the paper and let you know when the on-demand version is available.
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