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Vectra detection and response to WannaCry ransomware

by Chris Morales

Vectra Threat Labs analyzed the WannaCry ransomware to understand its inner workings. They learned that while the way it infects computers is new, the behaviors it performs are business as usual.

WannaCry and its variants behave similarly to other forms of ransomware that Vectra has detected and enabled customers to stop before experiencing widespread damage. This is a direct benefit of focusing on detecting ransomware behaviors rather than specific exploits or malware. Many of WannaCry’s behaviors are reconnaissance and lateral movement on the internal network, within the enterprise perimeter.


  • InfoSecurity Europe 2017
    Booth E225, June 6-8, Olympia, London
  • Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2017
    June 12-15, Booth 809, Gaylord, National Harbor, MD

Vectra in the news

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