However, as abrupt change becomes the new normal, you should be prepared to fundamentally reassess the physical and digital infrastructures on which your workplace, employees, and business operations rely. Given the nature and scope of the change, you should also consider the infrastructure that connects everyone and everything in the enterprise, i.e. your network.
In fact, prior to the outbreak, most enterprises’ networks had expanded beyond the scope of traditional office and branch networks. Many office workers have used mobile office workstations, which allow them to work whenever and wherever they want. Nowadays, an increasing number of people are telecommuting and working from home entirely or partially.
On the other hand, the epidemic has hastened the spread of digital technology. From couriers to on-site medical professionals, digital technology is being used in an increasing number of professions and locations. From manufacturing to agriculture, industries across the board have begun to adopt new Internet of things (IOT) applications, resulting in an increasing number of devices connected to digital networks.
However, it is because of this that blackmail software has become the fastest-growing cybercrime and the most contagious “data disease” known to mankind. At the same time, facts show that, after several years of attack and defense evolution, blackmail software attacks have not decreased, but have increased, and attack events have emerged one after the other.
With the specialization of cyber criminals and the improvement of supply chain utilization, it is predicted that the number of blackmail software will increase significantly in 2022, and the number of attackers will reach an unprecedented level. Simultaneously, blackmail software attacks will quickly spread across the entire attack surface. Blackmail software threats will proliferate and become the most serious security threat confronting most businesses today.
How should enterprises deal with the high incidence trend of blackmail software attacks, effectively counter hacker blackmail, and protect data security in the face of increasingly ineffective traditional security means?
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