Today’s ransomware is especially insidious, with a staggering 78% of attacks in 2022 involving threats to release data, leak the news of the breach, or even commit a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. As web browsers evolve into both the modern worker’s primary productivity tool and an alluring threat vector for ransomware gangs and attackers, securing the browser is more important today than ever before. Most organizations agree, and they’re looking for solutions to prevent these threats.
With 51% of respondents turning to browser or Internet isolation to protect their organizations, and 40% planning on deployment within the next year, Isolation technology’s significance in defending against evasive web threats, ransomware, phishing, and zero-day attacks cannot be understated.
This year’s report highlights how despite concern about threats falling, ransomware is becoming more damaging, and explores how organizations are responding. Equip yourself with this vital knowledge from over 1,200 IT security professionals across 17 countries and 19 industries to bolster your organization's cybersecurity posture in the years ahead.