Cybersecurity

Recover encrypted data by Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that hijacks data and prevents access to your organisation's information. Ransomware locks data by encrypting it and is used by cybercriminals to extort money from their victims by demanding a ransom in exchange for decryption.

Such attacks are becoming increasingly common, causing billions in financial losses worldwide and requiring hundreds of hours to rebuild devices and restore destroyed data during an attack.

This threat makes it necessary to rely on a company that specialises in recovering files from ransomware such as Cibinar.

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How to recover encrypted data from ransomware?

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What to do in the event of a Ransomware attack?

In the event of a Ransomware attack, we must act as soon as possible, as the first few minutes are key. Our recommendations in this situation are:

  • Disconnect the computers from the network to prevent it from spreading to the rest of the organisation's devices.
  • Shut down the affected computers in an orderly manner; suddenly disconnecting the power cable can damage the files that were being encrypted and make it impossible to recover them.
  • Evaluate the lost data and check the status of backups.
  • Do not communicate with the cybercriminal.
  • Never pay the ransom demanded.
  • Contact a company specialised in cyber-attack assistance, such as Cibinar.

How to avoid a Ransomware attack?

At Cibinar we believe that the best protection is prevention, these are our recommendations to avoid being attacked by a Ransomware:

Train your employees in cybersecurity, so that they know how to identify a phishing attack, which is the most common form of infection.

Do not grant administrator permissions to your employees, not only to avoid installing unauthorised programs, but also to block most of the malware that needs administrator permissions to be executed.

Have group policies configured in the organisation, so that employees do not have access to all information, only the strictly necessary, or even grant only reading permissions for certain data. In this way we will avoid the propagation to the whole organisation from any device.

Mail filtering systems with anti-spam and malicious IPs blocking. As one of the means most used by cybercriminals to infect is the use of phishing, with these tools we stop most of the emails with malicious attachments.

Have a good anti-ransomware protection system. If all of the above fails, we must have anti-malware software installed on every device in our organisation that is capable of detecting any malicious software that tries to encrypt a file.

Have an effective backup policy. In many cases, the only solution left for an organisation, victim of ransomware, is to have a recent backup.

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