A Feast for the Eyes

Madame Butterfly at Westin Mina Seyahi

Natasha Dury

On returning to Dubai, my first big outing involved experiencing an entertaining and multisensory dining experience complete with a series of contemporary cabaret performances at Papillon, Westin Mina Seyahi.

Papillon proved to be a restaurant with a difference, as the exhilarating Madame Butterfly dinner show returned for its second season with brand-new creative performances brought to life by the vision of local talent Layla Kardan and her creative team.

The cast were vibrant, dynamic and brought electric energy to the stage that is not often seen in Dubai. Every Wednesday, diners can enjoy the Madame Butterfly experience with a dinner package starting from an incredible AED 395 per person.

The cabaret performances in between meal courses allow guests to immerse themselves into an entertainment mode as professional dancers, contortionists and vibrant dancers rock the stage at Papillon. The music is just right for each skit that is performed.


The lush Madame Butterfly menu is created and overseen by Chef Vinod Mani with a mix of sharing and a la carte courses from 8pm to 11pm with unlimited drinks. We shared the starters of burrata and cherry tomato salad done to perfection and crispy calamari dish.

There is a choice of four main courses that suits different diets and as we were five on the table, we were able to try all the dishes and each one was a delight to taste and savour. The dishes same with sides on the table to share. The desserts were equally perfect and will please those who love chocolates and sorbets.

Papillon is an intimate venue that seats 80 guests and transforms the room into a perfect venue for date nights, girls’ nights out, boys get together outings and it is suitable for special celebrations and occasions.

The Madame Butterfly dinner and show takes place from 8pm to 11pm every Wednesday. It is a perfect venue for both date nights and to enjoy as a group with friends.

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What to expect when you’ve been hit with REvil ransomware

By Harish Chib, vice president, Middle East & Africa

REvil, also known as Sodinokibi, is a widely used, conventional ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) offering that has been around since 2019. Criminal customers can lease the REvil ransomware from its developers, adding their own tools and resources for targeting and implementation. As a result, the approach and impact of an attack involving REvil ransomware is highly variable. This can make it hard for defenders to know what to expect and look out for.

The following information may help IT admins facing or proactively concerned with the impact of a REvil ransomware attack. The findings are based on insights from the Sophos Rapid Response team, which has investigated multiple cyberattacks involving REvil.

What to do immediately: contain and neutralize

The first thing you need to do is determine whether the attack is still underway. If you suspect it is, and you don’t have the tools in place to stop it, determine which devices have been impacted and isolate them immediately. The easiest option is to simply disconnect from all networks. If the damage is more widespread than a few devices, consider doing this at the switch level and taking entire network segments offline instead of individual devices. Only shut down devices if you can’t disconnect the network.

Second, you need to assess the damage. Which endpoints, servers and operating systems were affected, what has been lost? Are your backups still intact or has the attacker deleted them? If they are intact, make an offline copy immediately. Also, which machines were protected? They’ll be critical in getting you back on your feet.

Third, do you have a comprehensive incident response plan in place? If not, you need to identify who should be involved in dealing with this incident. IT admins and senior management will be required, but you may also need to bring in outside security experts and consult with cyber insurance and legal counsel. Should you report the incident to law enforcement and/or inform data protection authorities? There is also the question of what information you should give to employees, many of whom are likely to find a similar ransom note on their desktop.

Last, but definitely not least: you’ll need to contact these and other key people, such as customers, to let them know what’s happening, but the attackers may be eavesdropping so don’t use your normal channels of communication. If the intruders have been in your network for a while, they’ll probably have access to email, for instance.

What defenders can do

There are some proactive steps you can take to enhance your IT security for the future, including:

  • Monitor your network security 24/7 and be aware of the five early indicators an attacker is present to stop ransomware attacks before they launch
  • Shut down internet-facing remote desktop protocol (RDP) to deny cybercriminals access to networks. If you need access to RDP, put it behind a VPN or zero-trust network access connection and enforce the use of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • Educate employees on what to look out for in terms of phishing and malicious spam and introduce robust security policies
  • Keep regular backups of your most important and current data on an offline storage device. The standard recommendation for backups is to follow the 3-2-1 method: 3 copies of the data, using 2 different systems, 1 of which is offline. Also test your ability to perform a restore
  • Prevent attackers from getting access to and disabling your security: choose a solution with a cloud-hosted management console with multi-factor authentication enabled and Role Based Administration to limit access rights
  • Remember, there is no single silver bullet for protection, and a layered, defense-in-depth security model is essential – extend it to all endpoints and servers and ensure they can share security-related data
  • Have an effective incident response plan in place and update it as needed. If you don’t feel confident you have the skills or resources in place to do this, to monitor threats or to respond to emergency incidents, consider turning to external experts for help

Conclusion

Dealing with a cyberattack is a stressful experience. It can be tempting to clear the immediate threat and close the book on the incident, but the truth is that in doing so you are unlikely to have eliminated all traces of the attack. It is important that you take time to identify how the attackers got in, learn from any mistakes and make improvements to your security. If you don’t, you run the risk that the same adversary or another one might attack again in the future.

The Arab Water Council and Partners Convene the Environment & Development Forum 2022; The Road to Sharm El Sheikh Climate Change COP27 under the Patronage of the Government of Egypt Presidency of COP27

To be convened by the Arab Water Council under the patronage of the Government of Egypt Presidency of Climate Change COP27, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment, the Environment and Development Forum 2022 will take place at InterContinental City Stars Cairo, Egypt from September 11 to 13, 2022 gathering national, regional and international partners, in preparation for the upcoming COP27.

The three-day Forum brings together thought leaders across different sectors and industries in this unique Event highlighting environment and development climate change impacts and solutions including adaptation and mitigation measures in several sectors.  Themes to be discussed include clean and renewable energy, sustainable development, ecological conservation, biodiversity protection, CO2 emissions control, food and water security under climate change, as well as sustainable transportation and cities.

Pre COP discussions will have a significant impact in supporting thepreparation for the Climate Change COP27 through forming of relevant visions and initiaives and improving collaboration amongst decision makers and environment and sustainable development experts.

 The Forum will focus on developing recommendations for the Sharm El Sheikh COP27, highlighting innovation and advancement in environment protection and identifying key challenges facing climate change and the best sustainable development strategies to overcome them.

H.E. Professor Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, Arab Water Council President, World Water Council Honorary President and Former Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt

H.E. Professor Mahmoud Abu-Zeid, Arab Water Council President, World Water Council Honorary President and Former Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt said: “We are pleased to convene the Environment and Development Forum as a global platform for innovators, experts, government representatives, and international organizations to discuss climate change impacts, and measures to mitigate and adapt to this global challenge.  The event will also host an Expo to demonstrate technologies and innovations in the field”.

H.E. Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, COP27 Envoy and Ministerial Coordinator reiterated, ” The lack of sustainable measures has affected the planet’s equilibrium, and we hope this Forum will be a platform for cross border cooperation and collaboration to address climate change challenges.  In fact, we see the EDF 2022 as a key milestone for Egypt in preparations for the COP27 of the UNFCCC. The Forum will pave the road with concrete ideas and innovative solutions for the future generations by which they can face climate change impacts, as well as overcome all negative impacts of urbanization, population growth, and thus head towards the achievement of sustainable development”.

H.E. Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, COP27 Envoy and Ministerial Coordinator

The interactive Forum will discuss key eight Main Themes and three Cross-cutting Themes, all addressing climate change challenges on most countries’ agendas.  Research & Development, Policies & Strategies, Green Finance, Knowledge Sharing, Skills & Human Capital Development, Creativity and Technology Innovation are tools and solutions which will be discussed.  A Youth and Innovation Stage will provide an opportunity for a platform to demonstrate youth initiatives.

There will be more than 50 speakers in the panel discussions andnumerous technical workshops covering key challenges and trends.  The world-class international exhibition for the latest innovative technologies and equipment will provide a meeting place for stakeholders to watch.  The EDF Awards are yet another aspect of the -Forum, created to recognize and honour best practices for Waste Reduction, Net Zero initiatives, Innovative Climate Change Adaptation/Mitigation Products, Green Building and Best Water Savings and Reuse.

With the presentation of new technologies in the environment and development, the Forum intends to look for solutions for climate change, environmental governance, waste management, land resources management, clean energy transformation, sustainable growth and sustainable transportation.

Sponsors and exhibitors will be showcasing their products, technology and innovations in the climate change space for over 800 conference delegates who are committed to driving change, reducing their carbon emissions and building more sustainable futures for their business.   More than 30 countries will be attending. The attendees include Ministers and Government Agencies, Global Policy Makers & Regulators, International & Regional Organizations, Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors, General Managers, Directors for Climate Change Action, Water and Agriculture Experts, Heads of Carbon Capture and Utilization, Chief Technology Officers, Carbon Management Technologists, Scientists and Researchers, Heads of Climate Change, Heads of Clean Energy & Sustainability, Chief Economists, Heads of Finance & Investment and local and international media.

The Forum COP27will be organised by Great Minds Events Management, a Dubai-based multi-faceted event management company of international repute, having organized numerous successful Forums and exhibitions that highlight critical issues faced by various economic sectors and industries across the MENA region.

Pearl Yachts To Showcase Both Flagship And Best Seller At Cannes Yachting Festival 2022

Pearl Yachts is preparing the most exciting models for the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022. The bestselling Pearl 62 and the flagship Pearl 95 will entice guests to visit the all-British brand and enjoy the industry’s landmark event in the presence of good company and unique yachts.

Pearl is pleased to announce the yard’s participation in the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival from the 6th to the 11th of September. The Pearl 62 is returning to Cannes after a successful debut at the show last year, this time accompanied by her big sister, the flagship Pearl 95, offering guests an A-to-Z image of how exterior designer Bill Dixon and interior designer Kelly Hoppen CBE are a perfect match for the brand, flawlessly adapting their world-famous British styling across the range. The result is a testament to atelier shipbuilding, where each model is recognized as a member of the Pearl family while retaining an identifying personal sparkle.

Compact, Complete, and Competitive

Measuring 18.6m, the Pearl 62 is the only yacht in the size-class to offer accommodations for eight guests across four cabins, including a full beam owner’s suite with a private entrance, plus the owner’s choice of a crew cabin or jet ski garage. Other highlights include an aft galley open to the cockpit, a vast flybridge, a foredeck lounge, and the benefits of Volvo IPS pod drive propulsion, including joystick control.

Smart at Scale

The flagship Pearl 95 boasts a full beam owner’s cabin on the main deck, as well as an expansive beach club with fold-down buttresses. She has proven to be an award-winning combination of performance, style and quality, taking the title of ‘Best Layout’ at the World Yachts Trophies. The Pearl 95 went on to receive further recognition with the awards of ‘Best Interior Design – Power Yachts’ and ‘Best Main Saloon’ at the International Yacht and Aviation Awards.

British Design, Inside and Out

Award-winning naval architect Bill Dixon is behind the innovation and superb seakeeping that characterise Pearl Yachts, penning smart lines to sharpen each model’s streamlined exterior. And for the interiors, no other yacht builder works with the world-renowned designer Kelly Hoppen CBE. Her ever-evolving style, defined by a subtle fusion of clean lines and neutral tones, intuitively balanced with an opulent warmth, has been honoured with numerous prestigious awards. Every Pearl is a canvas, upon which Kelly’s unmistakable design philosophy takes shape into a unique and surprising yet coordinated interior.

Looking ahead to 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival, Pearl Yachts Managing Director, Iain Smallridge said, “As we prepare to set a course for the French Riviera, we reflect on all the accomplishments of this busy year. And so, it’s with great pride that we will participate in the industry’s headline event with two of our treasures: the bestselling Pearl 62 and the flagship Pearl 95. Guests are guaranteed a good time and should expect to see something absolutely unique in the market.”

Grooming Essentials by LOOKFANTASTIC

Upgrade your grooming closet with LOOKFANTASTIC’s curated edit of must-have essentials for the contemporary gentleman. Choose from an extensive range of haircare, bath and body, shaving, skincare and more!

  1. grüum Ultimate Shave Gift Set (AED 250): A shaving kit filled with pre- and post-shave essentials to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. This shaving kit contains an ice-smooth shave gel, a gentle face cleanser and a chamomile infused moisturizer.
  2. Dolce&Gabbana The One Men Royal Night Eau de Parfum (AED 551): An olfactory voyage to the Middle East with priceless ingredients, tease the senses with a fusion of musky and woody notes.
  3. VICHY Dercos Aminexil Clinical 5 Men 21 Monodoses (AED 425): Formulated with five active ingredients and a combination of aminexil, a hypoallergenic hair treatment that is chemically proven to target hair loss while simultaneously strengthening the hair and the scalp.
  4. NEOM De-Stress On The Go Collection (AED 132):  A travel friendly grooming bundle containing NEOM’s award-winning bath & shower oil, a coca butter and shea butter infused hand balm and a pulse point fragrance to soothe one’s mind and senses.
  5. Kérastase Chronologiste Youth Revitalising Pre-Shampoo, Shampoo and Masque Bundle (AED 499): A complete revitalizing haircare set from Kérastase which includes a pre-cleanse treatment, a shampoo, and a hair masque. The pre-cleanse is a richly textured treatment that ensures a deep clean by lifting away pollutants from the hair, while the hyaluronic acid formulated hair masque works to lock in essential moisture to the hair, preventing excessive dryness and frizz.
  6. Ralph Lauren Polo Black Eau de Toilette (AED 330): Top notes of fruity mango and sage, combined with a base of patchouli and sandalwood, reveal a dark, mysterious fragrance for men with a woody aroma. 
  7. The Ordinary the Balance Set (AED 115): A skincare bundle featuring The Ordinary’s four signature skincare products. It includes the infamous hydrating squalene cleanser, an exfoliating 2% salicylic acid masque, and a 10% niacinamide + hyaluronic acid serum.
  8. MUGLER Alien Man Eau de Toilette Refillable (AED 385): A powerful EDT featuring a blend of woody and spicy top notes of dill and beechwood with base notes of osmanthus flower and white amber.
  9. MÁDARA Infinity Care System Set (AED 395): This skin-care duo includes both a serum and an essence.  Enriched with a unique combination of ingredients, the ultra-light weight serum works to targets redness, hypersensitivity, and uneven skin tone, while the essence works to enhance hydration and comfort to the skin.

All listed products are available on lookfantastic.ae / ar.lookfantastic.ae.

DUBAI AVIATION CITY CORPORATION CONCLUDES FIRE SAFETY CAMPAIGN, AWARDS PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

In the presence of HE Khalifa Al Zaffin, Executive Chairman of Dubai Aviation City Corporation (DACC), and other senior executives, the DACC OHSE Department concluded its 2022 Fire Safety Campaign within Dubai South, which witnessed the participation of 51 companies that helped promote fire safety culture throughout the community in line with the UAE’s Fire and Life Safety Code and with the cooperation of the Dubai Civil Defense.

During the campaign the OHSE safety team highlighted fire safety hazards and the importance of maintaining fire and life safety compliances across all operational facilities. The campaign also witnessed the awarding of participating companies, as well as the Dubai Civil Defense Dubai South Fire Station which received a special appreciation award for its outstanding support during this initiative.

Commenting on the campaign’s conclusion, Ali Abdulla- SVP – Licensing and Regulatory Affairs said: “We are pleased with the campaign’s success and the positive response and awareness received from all our partners at Dubai South. We would like to thank all the companies that took part in this campaign which promoted the safety and well-being of companies and employees working at Dubai South. We look forward to hosting more events to enhance the safety and health culture within Dubai South”

Dubai South was launched as a Dubai Government project in 2006, representing an emerging 145-square-kilometre, master-planned city based on the happiness of the individual. The city is identified as Dubai’s flagship urban project and is designed to create 500,000 jobs in an integrated economic environment that supports all types of businesses and industries.

SAMI Aerospace signs a contract with Airbus Helicopters Arabia

SAMI Aerospace to build its rotercraft technical support capabilities with Airbus Helicopters Arabaia

SAMI Aerospace, a SAMI business division, has signed a contract with Airbus Helicopters Arabia, the Kingdom’s subsidiary of Airbus helicopters to support SAMI in building its technical capabilities to provide rotercraft technical support to Saudi Armed forces.

This agreement will play a key role in equipping the staff with vital helicopter airframe maintenance skills and enhance its repair capabilities for landing gears, engines, engine accessories, and blades within the Industrial Partnership Agreement with GAMI, the local MRO players, and the Aircraft Accessories and Components Company (AACC), a SAMI’s subsidiary.

Commenting on the contract, Eng. Walid Abukhaled said: “We are pleased to further strengthen our partnership with Airbus, a major helicopter manufacturer in the industry. This contract will contribute greatly to our ongoing technology and human capital localization efforts through extensive training to accelerate development. We look forward to welcoming Airbus Helicopter’s dedicated staff, who will enable our national talents to gain valuable experience throughout the duration of the agreement.”

Mickael Bertrand, CEO of Airbus Helicopters Arabia, said: “It is with great pride that we embark on this new collaboration with SAMI Aerospace. We are dedicated to empowering one of the region’s most significant industry players through our own personnel’s expertise. This contract also represents an invaluable opportunity to be part of and strengthen our support to the Kingdom’s rapidly developing defense ecosystem.”

RoyalJet expands its five-star fleet with a premium BBJ

The group’s latest acquisition – a Boeing Business Jet – was undergoing upgrades for the past few months in Switzerland

RoyalJet Abu Dhabi, an award winning global leader in premium private aviation, has added yet another Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) to its fleet taking the total number of BBJs to 12. This makes RoyalJet the largest BBJ Operator in the world. The aircraft was acquired by the group in early 2022 and is now ready for charter after undergoing upgrades and technology enhancements in Basel, Switzerland over the past few months.

This BBJ boasts 23 passenger VVIP interior with a forward crew rest area, master bedroom with private lavatory and shower, and a mid-cabin open-plan lounge. It has been finished with custom made materials and state-of-the-art design configuration for best functionality and maximum comfort. The cabin can also sleep up to 12 in VVIP lie-flat seats and its queen-sized bed.    

The aircraft was upgraded with special soundproofing to reduce in-flight noise levels, along with a low cabin altitude modification, special humidifiers and a HEPA filtration system. All designed to optimize health and comfort of our VIPs, meaning passengers will be more relaxed and fresher upon reaching their destination.

RoyalJet’s CEO Mohammed Husain Ahmed expressed his delight on the occasion, he said:  “The pandemic period was a challenging one for most sectors including our industry which was also faced with many hurdles. However, since the recovery period last year, demand has exceeded supply in the premium aviation industry across the region. The overall health of the global private jet market has been going strong, and this growth is expected to reach greater heights in the coming months.”

“The UAE was one of the first countries to ease pandemic restrictions and put in place necessary measures to ensure the safety of its people, ensuring movement and the flow of trade. The country’s leadership has further committed itself to supporting tourism and global trade by investing in building a strong logistics sector. In line with their vision, we are actively looking to expand our operations by adding more aircrafts to our fleet to serve our premium clientele. Adding the new BBJ is a step in that direction,” he added.

To further enhance the onboard experience this aircraft is fitted with the latest technology and the best connectivity available in the market.  This includes the very latest lighting, cabin management, and in-flight entertainment systems, complemented by a high-quality sound system including overhead speakers and subwoofers.

This aircraft is the longest-range BBJ in RoyalJet fleet, with auxiliary fuel tanks giving it the capability to fly non-stop for more than 12 hours and reach almost any destination globally with only one short fuel stop. 

Last year, RoyalJet added an operational base at the Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) in a bid to expand its operations throughout UAE. The group’s DWC fleet includes Boeing Business Jets, VVIP Airliners and Bombardier Global 5000 corporate jets that are available for charter by business and leisure travellers directly into and out of Dubai. The DWC base in an addition to its existing bases at Abu Dhabi International Airport and Al Bateen International Airport (Abu Dhabi’s city airport).

Booking enquiry: Please visit the RoyalJet website for futher details: https://www.royaljetgroup.com/

Lomac at the Cannes Yachting Festival with five boats in the water

Lomac takes five boats to Cannes, including the new entry in the 2023 range, GranTurismo 10.5, which features a new high-performance hull and is powered by two 300 hp Yamaha outboards

The Milan-based yard led by the Lo Manto family returns to the Cannes Yachting Festival – the must-attend event for the global boating industry held on the Croisette from September 6 to 11 – with five iconic models in the range: Adrenalina 10.5 powered by two 300 hp Mercury engines, GrandTurismo 11.0 by two 300 hp Yamaha outboards, GranTurismo 12.0 by three Yamaha outboard engines rated 300 hp, GranTurismo 12.5 by three 300 hp Mercury units and 2023 newcomer, GranTurismo 10.5.

This last model, which joins Lomac’s top-of-the-range family of boats, will have a brand new high-performance hull with a deep-V running from bow to stern, resulting in a smoother ride in rough seas and better performance in terms of speed and reduced fuel consumption, even at low and medium speeds. The unit presented at the French boat show will be fitted with two powerful Yamaha V6 outboard engines, each rated 300 horsepower.

The high-end GranTurismo models are designed to deliver the ideal combination of design, comfort and performance, targeting customers who are looking for sporty performance but aren’t prepared to sacrifice comfort, liveability and safety, or settle for anything less than an aggressive, streamlined design. Attention to detail is another plus point for these maxi-RIBs, which offer a huge range of materials and customization options and are also in great demand as luxury tenders.

Alongside the four GranTurismo models will be the flagship of the Milan-based yard’s sport range, the Adrenalina 10.5. Outstanding performance, control and sea-keeping join forces with a uniquely appealing design. Speed and safety are guaranteed by uncompromising construction quality: vacuum infusion lamination, neopentyl gelcoat, aramid fiber reinforcements and hull optimisation based on CFD studies. The Adrenaline line is perfect for a group of friends or one or more couples, but also for a dynamic family who enjoy the thrill of speed but take safety very seriously.

The Lomac range awaits you at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022, stand

QSP 143 – PAN 061

Lomac
The company that builds cutting-edge inflatable boats for world markets began life in the early 1960s in Milan. Today it is led by Paolo and Fabrizio Lo Manto, the third generation of the family, with an offering of seven different series and a total of 58 models that bring together advanced technology and artisan craftsmanship. Lomac also produces and markets a huge range of original accessories to personalise boats, as well as maintenance products developed specifically for the brand’s models.

Create a Data Fortress for Protection against Ransomware Attacks

By: Tuhina Goel, Director of Product Marketing at Nutanix

Meet the nemesis: Ransomware 

Cybersecurity Ventures predicts[1] that Ransomware will cost its victims around $265 billion (USD) annually by 2031. Businesses will face a new attack every 2 seconds as Ransomware perpetrators progressively refine their malware payloads and related extortion activities. The data clearly suggests that it is not the question of if, but when a business is attacked by ransomware.

Shared storage has been an especially rich target for cybercriminals to hijack valuable customer, financial or sensitive information and extort payment in return for access to the data. Hence, revving up ransomware defense is a top priority for CIOs and other business leaders who are actively looking for storage security strategies against malicious cyber-attacks. 

Ransomware is a type of malware that attacks storage systems by encrypting user file shares and volumes. Victims are denied access to the encrypted data and make the data unrecoverable without paying a ransom for a decryption key.  There is substantial uncertainty that even if the ransom is paid that the data will be restored or that the attack is ended. 

Ransomware attacks cannot be detected by antivirus software or firewalls and cause tremendous losses, including lost productivity costs, forensic investigation costs, data restoration costs from backup, and the costs of hiring emergency consultants and crisis managers.

What businesses need is a cyber-security and Ransomware protection plan that is integrated with the storage system to detect, prevent, recover, and analyze cyber-attacks so that structured and unstructured data is protected, no matter where the data resides.

Nutanix Files Offers Integrated Ransomware Protection

The Nutanix Files software-defined storage solution has integrated Ransomware protection to help customers secure unstructured data. The latest version, Files 4.1, offers improved network isolation with network segmentation, better resource management with enhanced multi-network support, enhanced security with WORM support and Ransomware detection.

When combined with our Nutanix Data Lens SaaS-based data management and governance application, Nutanix Files delivers a full spectrum of Ransomware protection aligned to key defense-in-depth and critical cybersecurity initiatives like a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) spanning the NIST Cybersecurity Frameworks of Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond and Recover.


[1] https://cybersecurityventures.com/global-ransomware-damage-costs-predicted-to-reach-250-billion-usd-by-2031/