WannaCry (aka WannaCrypt, WCry, WanaCrypt0r 2.0, Wanna Decryptor) is yet another ransomware variant. This particular strain was coupled with a Windows exploit dubbed EternalBlue which allowed it to automatically propagate itself to vulnerable machines across the internet beginning on May 12, 2017, when the first wide-scale infections began. Perhaps the most high-proflle compromise to-date has been the large swath of health care institutions in the UK that were essentially shut-down and rendered unable to provide care to their patients. While not technically advanced, the use of the EternalBlue created a ransomworm that spread much faster than any other previously reported ransomware outbreak.
WannaCry Is No Match for AI: Cylance
The WannaCry ransomware has taken the world by storm, hitting more than 150 countries at last count. The most widespread and fastest-moving cyberattack in history, it paralyzed businesses, hospitals, and other critical services worldwide within a matter of hours.
In this webinar, our experts will investigate how WannaCry became one of the most impactful malware campaigns in history, uncover the technical aspects of the malware, and finally show a demo of Cylance in action, blocking a ransomware attack using artificial intelligence and machine learning based endpoint security.
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