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Cybervillains find a new way of holding firms to ransom

Michael Conway of Renaissance explains the thinking behind one of the most dangerous IT security threats of modern times

22nd May, 2016
Michael Conway, director of IT security and continuity specialist Renaissance

If there is one defining IT security threat of 2016 so far, it’s ransomware, according to industry experts in a position to assess the kinds of threats affecting Irish businesses. And if your company isn’t prepared to deal with it you run the risk of becoming a victim.

“Ransomware is a really significant trend at the moment that’s occupying a lot of people’s attention,” said Michael Conway, director of IT security and...

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