One year after WannaCry, the ransomware threat is not what it used to be

2017 represented the peak of ransomware, not a new dawn, with WannaCry and NotPetya anomalous spikes; overall infection rates have declined ever since, down 50%, from 350 different ransomware families in 2015 to 170 in 2017.

by Ross Rustici

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