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ransomware attack

Hi dear friends, How can i protect my network from ransomware attacks? who has advanced information about --how this virus find us?what is their mechanism? how crack our passwords and usernames?

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Hall of Fame Master

Re: ransomware attack

You should start by reviewing the Cisco collateral material found here:

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/security/ransomware-defense/index.html#~stickynav=2

After reading through that, you can post more focused questions if you have any.

Beginner

Re: ransomware attack

Thank for reply.but i read this material. here there are more information.if anybody has information about my questions write here plz

Beginner

Re: ransomware attack

for protect your data somebody do you use  Acronis Secure Zone feature?

Hall of Fame Master

Re: ransomware attack

I've never heard of the Arconis product before.

This is a Cisco forum and we mostly focus on Cisco products here, primarily in the networking side of things as opposed to host/server-based tools. (Cisco AMP for Endpoints being an exception to that.)

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Beginner

Re: ransomware attack

Dear,

 

in case that you want protect your endpoints against ransomware Cisco can offer you AMP + Umbrella.

These could help you to avoid new attack at your endpoints but for sure it's not enough. You need to consider many aspects: firewall, mail control, endpoints..

 

Cisco Employee

Re: ransomware attack

There's a lot of info on the page, so please make sure to follow the link to the design guide there (copied below for your convenience). Just like AndreaTornaghi already said, AMP and Umbrella are important defense tools. A good backup strategy is also extremely important.

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/solutions/collateral/enterprise/design-zone-security/ransomware-defense-dig.pdf

You might also be interested in the recent Cisco security report for small and midsize businesses, which you can find here:

https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/products/collateral/security/small-mighty-threat.pdf