Government agencies are increasingly adopting software-as-a-service (SaaS) and other as-a-service models to modernize service delivery and increase efficiency.
Cybercriminals are too. With ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) tools, bad actors can use already-developed ransomware methods to execute attacks that are smarter, faster and more sophisticated. As concerns about ransomware attacks have grown tremendously in recent months, RaaS tools make it even easier for criminals to invade identity systems and launch efforts that can cripple government networks.
What can you do to protect your organization from RaaS attacks? Understanding how RaaS attacks are typically carried out can help agencies minimize the vulnerabilities that are exploited for initial access.
Watch a webinar panel hosted by GovTech with Semperis Chief Architect Gil Kirkpatrick and Semperis Director of Services Sean Deuby on how thinking like a hacker can help agencies harden core identity systems and raise the barrier of entry for attackers. During this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- Ransomware and RaaS trends and techniques
- The types of vulnerabilities that RaaS attacks target
- Steps you can take now to counteract RaaS threats