Ransomware as a Service: New Business Model; New Threat06/28/2021
As if ransomware on its own were not worrisome enough—a new delivery model is making cybersecurity’s greatest scourge even more dangerous. Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) providers grant malware access to less inventive criminals, expanding the playing field for bad actors and sending more threats into the ecosystem. We talked to Sherri Davidoff, CEO of LMG Security, about why RaaS is the biggest development in the hacker economy and what organizations can do to protect themselves from its expansion.
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