Defending Against the Siege of Ransomware

Defending Against the Siege of Ransomware

The rapid evolution of new types of malware and ransomware seems to be happening faster than ever. After a cyber-attack, businesses suffer several costs aside from the payment of a ransom threat, which include downtime, loss of productivity and diminished company reputation.

This whitepaper shares six tips to protect data from the increasing risk of ransomware and how organisations achieve business continuity in the face of an unexpected malware attack.

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