Latest Threat Reports on The Evolution of Ransomware and Network Countermeasures (In Japanese)

Intrusive ransomware, continues to plague many organizations in Japan. There has been an increase of up to 143% during the period of this study. In addition, some new trends were observed where the focus of intrusion methods has shifted from phishing attacks to vulnerability exploitation. LockBit, with 39% of the attackers, was the second most prevalent attacker group.

This webinar will provide security insights for IT and security departments.

Watch this webinar and learn:

  • The latest "Ransomware on the move" research from Akamai's Threat Analysis Team in an easy-to-understand format
  • Reasons behind the CL0P ransomware group aggressively developing zero-day vulnerabilities and the increase in the number of victims
  • Useful information for Japanese companies to countermeasure for ransomware attacks.

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