Ransomware prevention: Bucket list of best practices

by Rahul Sharma
Sept. 1, 2017 2 comments TechGenix ransomware

Ransomware, for quite some years now, has stopped merely being a part of cyber-fiction and is a dismal reality that has cost billions of dollars to unsuspecting, lethargic, and laggard organizations. Cybercriminals are turning to increasingly complex, savvy, and impenetrable means of cyberattack monetization, and ransomware is right up there at the top. The consequences of a ransomware attack on a business can be catastrophic. Ransomware can paralyze the operations of the entire workplace if it lands in shared locations within wide networks. Of course, in light of all this, being prepared for ransomware is the only option for any organization that uses IT (that’s, well, most of them). And as bad as ransomware has been, experts expect it to get worse.

http://techgenix.com/ransomware-prevention

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2flash 7 months, 3 weeks ago

Good list! The description could be larger, but the TechGenix link has it all.

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Steven Ulm 8 months ago

It's always nice and interesting to read a practices list on ransomware, especially that it is so actualy these days!

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