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Combating Ransomware: From “To Pay or Not to Pay” to “Decrypt or Not Decrypt”

October 29, 2022

When it comes to ransomware, if you fail to prepare, then you prepare to fail. But what about when you prepare and “fail” anyway?

Countless blogs and research articles recommend the same steps to combat ransomware: create strong defenses, establish a critical response plan, and invest in backup systems and cyber insurance.

This is sound advice. But it cannot be denied that even if you implement security controls and recovery plans, you must also be prepared to consider the “to pay or not to pay” option.

Why is this the case? Ransomware is insidious and ever-evolving. It still finds a way through, regardless of your best preparations. So what’s an organization to do?

It’s time to consider another ransomware defense strategy: “to decrypt or not decrypt.”

Decryption provides the best path to recovering data from a ransomware attack, with the goal to restore critical systems and operations as quickly as possible. But until now, it has only been available by paying ransoms to criminals or via public decryptors for exposed, cracked, and older ransomware variations—and unfortunately, 58% of ransomware victims are forced to choose this path.

But now organizations have another option: Ransomware Reversal, a new “insurance” for faster, easier recovery from ransomware attacks.

Nubeva’s Ransomware Reversal technology decrypts data without paying ransoms. During an attack, the software detects ransomware encryption, makes copies of the file encryption keys, and ultimately restores operations—thus drastically reducing the costs and consequences of business interruption.

The software is easy to install and operate and is offered at multiple price points, making it viable and cost-effective for organizations of all sizes.

Why put your organization’s operations at risk? Why work with criminals?

Don’t plan to fail—choose decryption. Choose Nubeva.

Learn more: https://www.nubeva.com/ransomware_reversal

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