The keys to protecting your business against ransomware
By: Alexander White
Executive leaders and organizational decision-makers can easily and should immediately assess if their organizations are taking these steps in the prevention, preparation, and protection of their most critical business assets.
As it trends now—because of the publicized breaches, focused legislative initiatives, and increased cyber knowledge of the average user—it is both the most and least talked about issue in business data compromise today.
Accurate, accessible, and accelerated data and systems are the lifeblood of any successful organization. Businesses build the perfect harmony between their people, processes, and technology to ensure all departments communicate at the speed of customer need.
At the same time, cybercriminals make it their business to disrupt that harmony and capitalize on the risk that discord creates. The problem is that the way businesses manage their systems and data creates vulnerabilities, which are quite the playbook for cybercriminals to execute their infiltration. The trending topic of ransomware has gained emerging momentum in business security conversations due to several widely publicized breaches.
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