Nobody is Immune to a Ransomware Attacks
NEWS-FLASH: Global Ransomware Damages Predicted to Exceed $11.5 BILLION Annually by 2019.
Since 2013, ransomware like Cryptolocker have been threatening data and users all over the world. These crypto viruses were designed to encrypt everything within reach and demand a fee in order to decrypt your data again.
- Explains why Crypto viruses like Cryptolocker are so dangerous
- Summarizes prevention scenarios and early warning systems
- Talks about your options in case of an attack
- Illustrates the advantages using NovaStor DataCenter to protect your business-critical data
Prevention is the cure: Paying the ransom, doesn't guarantee that you will be able to successfully reclaim your data. As an IT professional, it is critical that you understand exactly how ransomware works, how it can affect your company and what you can do to combat it. Several prevention and early-warning-systems are available, but are they fool-proof? We say, the only guarantee you have to get your data back in case of an attack is a 3-2-1 backup scheme utilizing advanced backup software.