With attacks like WannaCry and Petya infecting hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide, many are calling this the Year of Ransomware. Its increased level of threat sophistication and maturity clearly show that even though traditional methods of data protection are essential, they are no longer sufficient.
Many organisations are failing to learn about what they are up against from both a data protection and cybersecurity perspective. They might be aware that they need to have strategies in place to protect their business from being disrupted by cybercriminals, but can they get up and running quickly after an attack or breach?
posted 9 Nov 2017, 06:34 by Melvin Hoods