On a median annual basis, a ransomware attack costs enterprise organizations about $480K with a 10 percent likelihood of more than $2.5 million.* The end result? Lost productivity, loss or exposure of sensitive data, loss of current revenue, and even the risk of future profitability.
But don’t worry — there are a number of ways to reduce the risk of ransomware — and quantify the risk.
Read this Aberdeen Report and you'll discover:
- Several key factors for the likelihood of a ransomware attack
- How the risk of ransomware can be quantified with the "Monte Carlo" analysis
- How deploying a cloud-based backup and restore solution will reduce the risk of ransomware by more than 90%
*Aberdeen Group, "Reducing Impact of Ransomware Attacks via Cloud-Based Approaches," 2019