Ransomware attacks have increased significantly.
It’s no longer “good enough” to do the bare minimum to prevent ransomware. The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center reported a 62% increase in ransomware reports from 2020 to 2021 – and that’s probably not even scratching the surface when you consider how many attacks aren’t reported every day.
Join GroupSense’s Director of Intelligence Operations, Bryce Webster-Jacobsen, to learn how to prepare, prevent, and become ransomware-ready.
Bryce will walk through:
- Critical Do’s and Don’ts
- How to understand and communicate with the threat actor
- How to choose a negotiator
Don’t be the next victim of ransomware – watch the recording today!
Ransomware stats you should know:
- Ransomware causes an average of 15 business days of downtime
- Ransomware will cost its victims around $265 billion (USD) annually by 2031
- Average ransomware payout by a mid-sized organization is $170,404
- Businesses lose around $8,500 an hour
- The largest ransomware payout was $40 million
About Bryce Webster-Jacobsen
Bryce is the Director of Intelligence Operations at GroupSense, a leading provider in Digital Risk solutions. Bryce leads the day-to-day intelligence activities of GroupSense's Analyst and Research teams producing finished, tailored intelligence for our diverse clients.
Prior to GroupSense, Bryce worked in strategic international education initiatives while pursuing OSINT training and investigations, primarily focused on studying extremist movements, as a passion project.
GroupSense is a digital risk protection services company that delivers customer-specific intelligence that dramatically improves enterprise cybersecurity and fraud-management operations.
Unlike generic cyber-intelligence vendors, GroupSense uses a combination of automated and human reconnaissance to create finished intelligence that maps to each customer's specific digital business footprint and risk profile.
This enables customers to immediately use GroupSense's intelligence to reduce enterprise risk, without requiring any additional processing or management by overstretched security and fraud-prevention teams.
GroupSense is based in Arlington, Va., with a growing customer base that includes large enterprises, state and municipal governments, law enforcement agencies and more.