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Ransomware Remediation and Ransomware Protection Solutions

Were you recently the victim of a ransomware attack?

Simply want to protect your company from ransomware threats?

Don’t pay the ransom yet – our experts can help with a ransomware infection and ensure your IT environment has ransomware protection built into the systems.

Ransomware remediation is a delicate process of not only eradicating ransomware from compromised network systems, but potentially coordinating with cybersecurity insurance, forensics and law enforcement, whilst communicating with the organization’s stakeholders. This is a gradual process with many different sub-components, and each component that is impacted needs to be fixed. The persistent techniques built into ransomware make it possible for it to remain on computers without being completely removed — this makes removing it particularly challenging. Wiping the afflicted machine or restoring its data from a backup are the two most efficient ways to get rid of ransomware.

But sometimes this isn’t always possible.

Regardless of your situation, we’re here to help. Whether it be ransomware detection, ransomware remediation, ransomware protection, or ransomware prevention, our experts have the knowledge and resources to mitigate/prevent a widespread ransomware attack and ransomware infection.

Ransomware Detection

The first line of defense against a malware attack and/or viruses is ransomware detection. Until files are blocked or encrypted, ransomware remains undetected on a compromised computer. Most of the time, victims are unaware they have malware until they receive a ransom demand. Ransomware detection identifies the infection sooner, allowing victims to take action before irrevocable damage occurs. By detecting ransomware quickly and maintaining a regular backup routine, you won’t have to wait for an undependable decryption key to restore your system. As a result, your files might never be lost.

97% of ransomware attacks infect the intended target within four hours.

Ransomware Remediation

Recovery from a ransomware attack is – at best – difficult and time-consuming. It can cost a lot of money for any business to determine the extent of the attack, find the most recent clean data, and recover rapidly while also making sure that your backups haven’t been destroyed or encrypted. Many organizations go back and forth trying to decide if they should pay the ransom or not, and it can feel like you’re stuck between a rock and hard place.

Jump into action with our multi-talented experts, who have experience cooperating with the FBI and cybersecurity insurance, extensive knowledge about ransomware decryption tools, and expertise in ransomware removal with a variety of different strains (CryptoLocker, WannaCry, LockBit, and more).

96% of victims who paid the ransom did not regain complete access to their sensitive data.

Ransomware Protection

To successfully combat ransomware and have effective ransomware protection, it’s more crucial than ever to secure the most vulnerable areas of risk – endpoints and cloud workloads, data, and identity – and stay ahead of the cyberthreats in today’s world. This includes antivirus, network security protocols, email security protocols, other security software, and more on a range of devices – computers, tablets, mobile devices – you get the idea. Our experts can ensure you follow insurance requirements and give you peace of mind knowing you’re protected. Afterall, you never know when or where the next attack may come from.

62% of IT decision-makers are worried that their organization's current data protection measures won't be enough to counteract the risks posted by malware and ransomware today.

Signs of a Ransomware Attack

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Poor System Performance

The script consumes system resources in order to execute searches and encrypt files.

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The Installation of Unauthorized Software

Attackers install numerous tools to assist them in exploiting vulnerabilities and performing other important activities.

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Suspicious Network Traffic

Coming into and leaving the system as the ransomware script interacts with the Command and Control (C&C) Server.

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A Surge In Disk Activity

The ransomware software hunts down and creates encrypted files in your system.

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Security System Modifications

Ransomware makes modifications to security settings in an effort to prevent surveillance operations.

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Backups Are Being Altered

Attackers enact a plan of preventing the victim from restoring their data by crippling backup operations.

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New Account Creations

Privileged account creation enables the attempted ransomware infection.

Mirazon’s Layered Security Strategy

Cybersecurity threats are ever-evolving. The only way to combat this is with the mindset of assuming it’s a case of when and not if – how do you limit the scale of an attack?

With Mirazon’s Layered Security Strategy, you will be able to identify, stop, and minimize cyberattacks.

Download our Layered Security Strategy Guide

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What Is Cyber Big Game Hunting?

Cyber big game hunting is a form of cyberattack that frequently uses ransomware to target important, high-profile organizations or high-value enterprises. In general, victims are selected based on their financial capacity and likelihood of paying a ransom in order to restart business operations or escape public scrutiny. Big game hunters use a range of tactics to carry out their attacks. The most common technique is ransomware, a sort of virus that will encrypt files and demand payment to decrypt the stolen data.

Common targets include:

  • Large companies/corporations
  • Banks/financial institutions
  • Utilities
  • Hospitals/healthcare institutions
  • Government agencies
  • High net worth persons, including celebrities and powerful businesspeople
  • Any entity that maintains sensitive information, such as trade secrets, medical records, or intellectual property
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What to Expect When You Work with Mirazon

Whether you’ve dealt with a ransomware attack in the past, are currently dealing with one, or are just trying to prevent ransomware attacks from happening – we understand how stressful and overwhelming it can be. Where do you begin? What are the legalities involved? How do you begin to remedy ransomware attacks?

When you work with Mirazon, you can expect our experts to be an extension of your team. We make you, your employees, company, and IT environment our top priority – just as you would.

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Mirazon’s Ransomware Remediation Process

Remediation | Protection | Prevention

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Contain the Incident

  • Isolate infected machines from the network
  • Isolate networks from each other
  • Establish ‘safe’ networks
  • Block internet access
  • Isolate backups/DR from the rest of the environment
  • Establish criteria for what a ‘healthy’ machine is
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Collaborate with Insurance, Forensics, and Law Enforcement

  • Find out what information is needed
  • Help start forensics
  • Validate timeline
  • Consider decryption tools
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  • Validate which machines in the environment are not infected
  • Perform additional scans on those machines
  • Move those machines to ‘safe’ networks
  • Establish specific connectivity for those business-critical machines
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  • Restore to new/fenced environment
  • Scan on restore to validate backups do not contain malicious code
  • Validate functionality of restored servers
  • Establish specific connectivity to restored servers for business-critical functions
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  • Work with insurance/law enforcement to remove old servers after forensics
  • Establish root cause and remediation
  • Provide guidance on environmental enhancements/re-architecture to prevent ransomware attacks in the future

Do You Have an Incident Response Plan?

An incident response plan enables businesses to act swiftly and efficiently in the face of a stressful scenario involving threats, disruption, or disaster – which can impact the organization’s operations on all levels – and are designed to address scenarios that endanger digital assets and data access. The level of importance of having this type of plan cannot be overstated because should an incident occur, the people who will be dealing with it might be at their worst – stressed, underslept, afraid, and emotionally spent. Creating a comprehensive plan that everyone is familiar with ahead of time will mitigate decision fatigue, mistakes, and delays when the “IT” hits the fan, so to speak.

As your dedicated ally in ransomware incident response, we can lessen the harm done by an attack, get your operations back up and running, and reduce the likelihood of future threats.

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