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Ransomware Preparation Checklist for Risk and Recovery

It’s business as usual for cyber criminals. While most of our working lives have experienced significant disruption, these cyber actors are busy planning their next ransomware attacks, incidents costing business and government millions each year.

While some will pay a ransom, which doesn’t guarantee recovery, others will attempt to recover their systems on their own leading down long, expensive path often with limited success. However, the most prudent way to avoid becoming a victim is to prepare in advance.

Writing for Continuity Central, Charles Burger, Global Director of Assureon Solutions at Nexsan, has provided six tips to help reduce ransomware attacks. Read his recommendations here.


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