People power is key to ransomware prevention
As threats looms large over companies, the difference between being infected and staying safe lies on the people within them
You sit down and boot up your PC, but you notice something is wrong. You realise that not only are you unable to open your important work files, but everything on your computer is inaccessible.
Worse, you find out that the same thing has happened to your colleagues’ PCs, since they’re all connected to the same network.
The only thing that tells you what’s going on is a pop-up window, informing you...
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