As we enter the second quarter of 2023, the cybersecurity landscape continues to be fraught with challenges. The past three months have seen a significant increase in ransomware attacks, as threat actors continue to target organizations across industries and geographies. These attacks have caused widespread disruption and financial losses, highlighting the need for robust cybersecurity measures and incident response plans. In fact, recent reports indicate that the number of ransomware groups has increased tremendously in the first three months of 2023. These groups are becoming more sophisticated and organized, making it more difficult for organizations to defend against their attacks. Some of the most notable ransomware attacks in recent months have targeted critical infrastructure, education institutions, healthcare providers, and financial institutions.