Microsoft monitors 100 active ransomware groups

Microsoft Monitors 100 Active Ransomware Groups

They attack their victims with more than 50 ransomware families. The cybercriminals often gain access to networks via phishing. Ransomware-as-a-service contributes to the success of the cyber extortion business model.

Know your opponent

Know Your Opponent

In his guest article, Yaroslav Rosomakho from Netskope explains how cybercriminals work and how companies can arm themselves against them.