Expert Ransomware & Data Recovery Services
Our Ransomware Recovery Process
Taking the necessary steps to analyse the impact of the ransomware across your networks and computers. This prevents the ransomware virus from further spreading
and identifies the path of infection.
Finally, we identify where your current backups are stored and the sensitivity of encrypted files.
Using our in-house suite of specialist tools, we’ll work closely with you to decrypt sensitive files and remove any traces of ransomware.
Our ransomware recovery specialists can help you effectively respond to the incident, remove cybercriminals from your network and restore your computer systems.
Once as much of your data as possible is recovered and
Once as much of your data as possible is recovered and we’ve restored the functionality of your systems, we can assist with the implementation of appropriate cyber security tools to reduce the risk of encountering a similar cyber attack in the future.
What Is Ransomware?
How Does Ransomware Work?
Most commonly, ransomware is distributed through multiple cyber-attacks. Phishing emails are perhaps the most typical method of distribution. These emails might contain attachments or a single attached firewall that automatically executes on your computer once downloaded. This then encrypts the hard drive, and in some cases spreads throughout your entire network. Usually by this point, an on-screen note will appear demanding a ransom to be paid to a cryptocurrency wallet in exchange for the return of sensitive data and access to systems.
Employers must consider regular and up-to-date training on phishing attacks for employees. This is the most common method of ransomware distribution, and keeping your employees well aware of phishing emails puts you a step ahead of cyber criminals. Our own Phishing Service provides realistic phishing simulations, where you can train your employees and get reports in real-time. You can find out more here.
Top Ransomware Threats To Your Organisation
Mailto (aka Netwalker Ransomware)