Ransomware Protection Buyer's Guide

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Ransomware poses one of the most pernicious threats to organizations today, causing significant revenue loss, business downtime and reputational damage. With these attacks growing more frequent and sophisticated, simply adopting security best practices and perimeter defense solutions will not protect companies.

Moving to the public cloud won’t defend against ransomware either, as the majority of attacks include data in public clouds. Furthermore, organizations cannot just rely on cyber insurance as a fallback plan, as these insurers increasingly refuse to cover claims when they deem that a customer did not take sufficient precautions to guard against an attack.

So what are your options, and what are the best ways to protect your company and your data?

Read this white paper and learn:

  • The types of ransomware attacks that your organization could face
  • Three ransomware myths
  • Key tips for preventing ransomware attacks

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