Thwarting Attacks: Back to Basics Best Practices

Most of us know what ransomware is: that thing that encrypts files, holds them for ransom, and (hopefully) decrypts them once the ransom is paid. If ransoms aren’t paid, however, files may be lost. It’s scary when the life of your organization is in the hands of someone else, especially when you don’t have a recovery plan. But, that’s part of the problem. By discussing ransomware (and malware) attacks before they happen, organizations will be more prepared if or when an incident occurs.

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June 16, 2017