A person sits in a modern office chair working on a computer with multiple monitors. The text on the image reads, "2022 Ransomware Preparedness Guide: How to Better Prepare and Protect Your Organization Against Ransomware," with a logo for "Quorum 1-Click Instant Recovery" at the bottom.

Nowadays, being attacked by ransomware is not a matter of if, but when.

Check Point Research saw a 41% increase in attacks in the first half of 2021and sees a 93% increase year over year, whereas SonicWall noted a 151%year-on-year increase in ransomware attacks in its 2021 Cyber Threat Report.

Even the Biden Administration took notice. In Biden’s Executive Order on improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, the White House informed the public that the government has stepped up efforts to stop ransomware attacks.

In this guide, you will find the basics and groundwork on how to prepare for a ransomware attack. The guide covers people, process, and technology, and how to leverage all three to prevent, detect, and mitigate ransomware.

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