Coffee with CISOs: The Evolution of Ransomware-as-a-Service
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Mark Turnage, CEO of DarkOwl, will be their guest. DarkOwl has developed a technology to make it possible for the general public to have access to a database that contains RaaS activity as well as deep web and high-risk surface web information. The ransomware marketplace, including the availability of victim data, is something that Mark and the rThreat team will be looking at during their discussion about the darknet. This marketplace, as well as current RaaS developments, is something businesses should keep in mind. Fascinating stuff and highly recommended.
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rThreat would like to invite you to episode thirteen of Coffee with CISOs, a webinar series where we sit down with CISOs and cybersecurity experts from various industries for a fireside chat.
Our guest for this episode is Mark Turnage, CEO at DarkOwl. With the sharp increase in ransomware attacks stemming from Ransomware-as-a-Service operations, it’s now easier than ever for threat actors to target and extort organizations via RaaS operators on the darknet. Mark and his team at DarkOwl have created a platform that provides access to the world’s largest index of DARKINT™ (darknet, deep web and high-risk surface web) content, which includes RaaS activity. Mark and the rThreat team will be discussing what the ransomware marketplace currently looks like on the darknet, what they’ve observed regarding the release of victim data, and emerging RaaS trends on the darknet that organizations should be aware of.
To learn more, register for our webinar on Friday, June 18 at 10:00 AM PST. Bring your favorite drink (doesn’t have to be coffee) and take a quick break to learn more about:
- What the DarkOwl team has observed regarding RaaS operations on the darknet
- New, emerging groups on the darknet that organizations should be aware of
- Thoughts on how the industry can decrease the prevalence of RaaS