Ransomware prevention should be part of any company's IT security strategy. Protecting against ransomware needs to be a multi layer approach. We setup and deploy solutions to help businesses stay protected against ransomware.
Ransomware is now a major threat to all businesses and enterprises. It can infect computers, workstations, servers and data storage including data which is stored on the cloud. Ransomware can enter a business through email, portable storage devices and by browsing the internet. Opportunists are becoming more sophisticated every day with their attacks and fooling even the tech savvy.
Preventing ransomware requires a multi layered approach with as many defences in place as possible. A next generation firewall to help filter out problems before they reach clients and servers. Endpoint protection to stop workstations, servers and mobile devices getting infected. And two step authentication will help protect cloud base solutions.
Conducting regular checks and scans of your computers and services will help pick up and prevent vulnerabilities. A review of your organization’s security policies and procedures will help prevent ransomware vulnerabilities. Staff need to be educated on a regular basis on how to look for ransomware so that if it does break through your defences they do not execute it and bring your services to a standstill.
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