Ransomware that crippled Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital made national headlines but ransomware continues to be a major menace for small to midsize businesses.
A print shop in Lubbock, Texas was shut down last week due to ransomware. An employee opened an infected file and ransomware took control of the network.
Ransomware is rapidly becoming one of the largest threats to businesses in 2016. Ask yourself these questions:
- Are you prepared if your client is a victim of ransomware?
- Are all files backed up? Do you have disaster recovery plans?
- Have you done everything you can to prevent ransomware?
- Have you educated your clients’ employees on spotting ransomware?
- If your client is a victim of ransomware and they sue you, do you have enough liability insurance? Does it cover ransomware attacks?
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Ransomware is rapidly spreading!
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