Are your cloud files safe from ransomware attacks?
Ransomware attacks have accelerated in recent years and have become big business.
Although attacks on large enterprises make headlines, it's vital to recognize that any business can become a target.
One half to three-quarters of ransomware attacks are on small business.
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Although Ransomware attacks have traditionally occurred through phishing emails or links to malicious sites, they can also occur through access points in cloud collaboration tools like Google Workspace and Microsoft 365.
Download our free infographic to learn the most common entry points for attackers and learn how to protect your cloud files from ransomware attacks.
There are several attack vectors that ransomware groups can use to deny you access to your data in the cloud including:
• OAuth apps
• Syncing to file-sharing services:
• RansomCloud attacks
• Attacks targeting cloud service vendors
Read how these attacks take place in our whitepaper:
While The National Institute of Standards and Technology has outlined a 4-pronged approach:
Identity, Protect, Detect, and Respond, Prevention is always the best strategy.
Watch our video to see how easily ransomware attacks can occur and how to protect your cloud collaboration files.
We automatically perform file sensitivity classification and identity mapping to uncover external backdoor access from employee personal accounts to identify risks. We surface sensitive files at risk based on sharing permissions, relationships, and behavior patterns and allow you to remediate them directly from our dashboard. The Altitude Networks Risk engine doesn’t just categorize the risks, but also shows you where to prioritize your resolution efforts by analyzing the metadata of every file in your environment and the activity related to them from any user (employees or external accounts) any time.
Download our case studies to learn how Altitude Networks helped our clients identify at-risk sensitive files and protect their data.
Contact us for a free Rapid Security Assessment and find out how many of your files are at Risk