Financial institutions in India are undergoing digital transformations to improve their services and experience for their customers. This has led to a broader attack surface for cyber criminals to exploit. 2021 and Q1 2022 have seen an increase in ransomware, phishing, extortion emails, DDoS and cybercrime. Ransomware attacks more than doubled in 2021 and the trend continues in 2022. Financial institutions should take a long-term holistic look at how they can improve their resilience and prepare for the challenges ahead.
Please join us for the upcoming India Virtual Regional Briefing where we will discuss the evolving nature of ransomware, and the different facets of cyberattacks and cybercrime.