Most cyber attacks are money-driven, so in the majority of cases, cyber criminals look for the simplest route to monetise their activity the quickest. This can be through selling confidential data, but increasingly more often, malicious actors are selling their unauthorised access to other attackers, driving demand for illegal access obtained through ransomware affiliates.
As a result, with hacking tools on the rise, experienced ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) affiliates can impact the continuity of business on a much larger scale, escalating what may have started as simply the hack of one IT system.
Download this whitepaper to read the findings by security experts from HP Wolf Security and understand the emerging malware trends from the last quarter of last year in order to improve your IT security.
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