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Although ransomware has reached epidemic proportions, few small businesses have any sort of plan for how to deal with such attacks. In fact, most think they are too small to even be a target for ransomware.
Small businesses may think they won’t become victims of a cyberattack, but odds are they will. In fact, 43 percent of cyberattacks specifically targeted small businesses in 2015, up from just 18 percent in 2011.
Ransomware attacks becoming more frequent and more sophisticated, and aimed at manufacturing companies.
Security researchers and law enforcement officials say the spread of ransomware attacks has reached epidemic proportions, with organizations of all sizes in both the public and private sectors increasingly impacted by this insidious type of malware that encrypts valuable digital files and demands a ransom to decrypt them.
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Last Friday, the accounting system required Dave to change his password since it had been more than 90 days since his last reset.
Many organizations that are subject to government and industry regulations are struggling to maintain compliance. The sophistication of modern cyber threats, the growing use of cloud services, and the influx of personal mobile devices in the workplace have complicated data security and privacy.
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Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has just published extensive research on a Malware-as-a-Service platform that has been the source of attacks on at least 443,000 users and organizations around the world.