Ransomware
Attack Simulation

Are you prepared for a ransomware attack? Ransomware is a top concern for security leaders as the threat grows and incidents become more common. Raise ransomware security awareness in your organization and assess your preventive and detective ransomware security controls against the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by real-world ransomware families.

Ransomware Attack Simulation Service

During a ransomware attack simulation service engagement, NetSPI collaborates with your organization to simulate sophisticated ransomware attacks using our custom-built attack and breach simulation technology. We then enable you to keep testing on your own and develop custom attack plays and playbooks. Measure your ransomware prevention and detection capabilities and learn where gaps exist in your security program.

How it Works: NetSPI’s Attack Simulation Technology

NetSPI’s ransomware attack simulation is a tech-enabled service powered by a sophisticated breach and attack simulation platform. The platform is comprised of pre-built plays that align directly with TTPs seen in real-world attack scenarios, including combinations of ransomware and MITRE ATT&CK playbooks.

NetSPI enables you to leverage the web application to deliver and orchestrate the plays in your environment, in collaboration with our expert security consultants. You’ll leave the assessment with a baseline understanding of your detective controls and access to the attack simulation platform to help you refine detections and address gaps after the engagement is over.

The Growing Threat of Ransomware

There are more than 400 ransomware families – and that number is growing. At the same time, the impact of a ransomware attack is increasing as ransomware becomes more targeted, sophisticated, and costly. It’s time to put your ransomware detective controls to the test.

Ransomware families to watch:

  • Sodinokibi
  • SNAKE
  • Maze
  • Ryuk
  • Phobos
  • DoppelPaymer

Pentesting Research and Tools

Learn about penetration testing on our blog, our open source penetration testing toolsets for the infosec community, and our SQL injection wiki.

Risk scoring is now available to all PTaaS clients! Download this whitepaper to explore NetSPI's methodology and learn how to put your risk score to use.

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