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Don’t Pay The Ransom
One reason why you are hearing more about ransomware now is that the barriers to entry have disappeared. The technology of crime is getting easier to use, and now you can buy a ransomware kit and choose your target.
The gangs even offer technical support in exchange for a percentage of the ransom. If that’s too daunting, the would-be criminal can hire cybercriminals to attack them in a cybercrime-as-a-service arrangement. The increased value of cryptocurrency and the popularity of cyber insurance have made ransomware attacks more profitable for cybercriminals, attracting highly organized gangs, and state-sponsored ransomware attacks have taken cyberwarfare to a new level.
There has never been any guarantee that paying a ransom would recover all encrypted data. Victims should now understand that any data stolen in a ransomware attack is compromised forever. You need to protect your business now.
Download our three-step guide to ransomware protection today and use this checklist to develop an effective protection plan for your organization.
To learn more about keeping your business safe, contact Centrality at 502.267.2552.
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