Ransomware in 2022

Ransomware began as a relatively opportunistic method for extorting money from individuals and organisations. But since 2021, at Bridewell we’ve seen a large shift to ransomware being used by threat actors such as organised crime groups. To support you, we have put together a number of resources to help protect you and your business.


*increase in ransomware attacks from July 20 - June 21


*highest ransom paid

11 sec

**every 11 seconds there is a ransomware attack


***of companies paid the ransom

We take a look at the evolution of the ransomware business model and how modern human operated ransomware has disrupted the industry, what businesses should be doing to protect themselves and how working with a trusted partner can help combat this very real threat…

This new whitepaper takes a deep dive into ransomware:

  • A background
  • Facts and figures
  • Notable attacks
  • Who are the players?
  • The anatomy of an HoR attack

Latest Ransomware Insights​

Explore all the latest ransomware developments and news from us and across the industry


Ransomware – detect, respond, recover

“Lindy Cameron, chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), said this month that ransomware “presents the most immediate danger” of all cyber threats

* Source: Microsoft + Microsoft Security

** Source: Bridewell Consulting internal research from our tooling services Digital Shadows, Microsoft & Trukno

*** Forbes

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