A Best Practice Guide to Mitigating Ransomware in Your Enterprise

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While threat intelligence vendors work tirelessly to give security analysts more insights into cyber threats and quickly come up with solutions to detect and mitigate attacks such as WannaCry and Petya, it can take them time, anywhere from a few hours to a few days to analyze the working of any ransomware attack. Meanwhile, if your enterprise is vulnerable to the attack and if you don't have proper security measures in place, there is a high chance of your organization falling victim to the attack.

However, there are certain safety measures that can help you protect your network.

Download this whitepaper to learn 4 simple best practices that you can implement to prevent ransomware attacks in your enterprise.

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