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The Evolution of Ransomware: Victims, Threat Actors, and What to Expect in 2022

Our threat report on ransomware shares insight on attack methods, locations, payouts, and more across 4,200 victims.

From the start of 2020 to the end of 2021, the Abnormal team identified 4,200 companies, organizations, and government institutions that have all fallen victim to a ransomware attack.

Download this full report on ransomware threat actors and their victims for insights like:

  • Over half of all victims are located in the United States
  • Five ransomware groups are responsible for 50% of all attacks
  • The median revenue of a ransomware victim organization is $27 million
  • One-fifth of all ransomware victims are in the manufacturing industry

Fill out the form for your copy. To receive data specific to your industry, email us at ransomware@abnormalsecurity.com for more information.

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