Cybersecurity threats since Russian-Ukraine war

Vew Media, Attleboro, USA

97% of organizations have seen an increase in cyber threats since the start of the Russia-Ukraine War in 2022. Over this period, the number of ransomware victims year-over-year doubled and the average ransomware payout went from $800K to just over $1.5 million in 2023. The threat of cyber attacks are growing in frequency and sophistication, as well as in scope and impact, making it imperative for the security of enterprises and organizations of all sizes to take a long, hard look at the state of their current defenses. How vulnerable are our networks and systems to the threat of cyber attack? Are some businesses and organizations more vulnerable than others? Who are cyber criminals preferred targets and what strategies should be employed to prevent further attacks from occurring?

We have executives at Stellar Cyber, innovator of the AI-driven cybersecurity platform OpenXDR, who are available to discuss cybersecurity and the ways in which organizations both large and small, can better prevent breaches from occurring. Would you like to schedule a time to speak with one of them about this subject?