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Ransomware attacks doubled year on year. Are organizations equipped to handle the evolution of Ransomware in 2023?

Ransomware attacks have escalated over the past year, impacting sectors such as healthcare and high-earning companies. In Q3 2023, exploits of vulnerabilities increased, often focusing on networking systems rather than Managed File Transfer software. Ransomware groups are also beginning to code in new languages like Rust and GoLang to dodge defenses. Trends indicate that the US is a prime target, eclipsing all other countries, particularly due to its globally impactful digital presence, with the UK, Italy and Germany following suit.

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