GroupSense has been negotiating with threat actors on the underbelly of the internet for years, so we are uniquely suited to assist in ransomware negotiations. We often get the question, what does a ransomware negotiator do? A ransomware negotiator acts as a mediator between a ransomware victim and the ransomware operator. This role is an important one, providing an objective view of the situation, empowering the victim with enough information to make an informed business decision on whether to pay a ransom, and providing a layer of operational security between the victim and the ransomware operator.
It's a situation no company wants to be in. Lay the groundwork for your ransomware response plan with our ransomware negotiation guide. It provides you with crucial tips to help you deal with a ransomware attack and mitigate digital risk from future threats.
In our ransomware guide, you will learn:
- Why extortion happens
- About Ransomware 2.0
- Why it's vital to have a response team
- What steps to take if a ransomware attack happens
- What decisions will need to be made throughout the cyber attack
Facing a Ransomware threat?
Call in a GroupSense ransomware negotiator.
Threat actors have not only expanded, but adopted new business models. They have service departments and quick response times. However, they are still criminals out to steal your hard-earned money.
Our team of expert negotiators help you control the situation and navigate the negotiation to deliver a best result for your organization. We have extensive experience resolving ransomware attacks, including arranging the destruction of exfiltrated (stolen) data to reduce the damage caused by ransomware/data theft attacks. We provide comprehensive services for evaluating and confirming ransomware attacks and conducting post-attack remediation activities.