Prevention:  The Key to Protect Yourself and Your Business in a Cyber Attack

​Friday, May 12, 2017 was possibly the largest ransomware cyber-attack to ever take place.  The attack involves a downloaded application delivered by e-mail. Once someone in the organization opens the email encryption of your hard drive(s) and data occurs, so you no longer able to get to the data.  They will then notify you on how to contact them and pay the ransom, thus ransomware.  There is no known recovery once the hard drives and data is encrypted.  Paying the ransom only guarantees that you will have given a criminal and/or terrorist funds.  Even if the code they give...

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