steps after a ransomware attack

Steps To Respond To a Ransomware Attack

Cybersecurity is an important topic for any business now. In the last 12 months, 32% of businesses experienced some sort of cyber attack or data breach. That means that every third business had to deal with a cyber-attack, according to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019 by the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and

The Different Tactics Hackers Use to Gain Access to Your Computer

We’d all like to think that hackers are spending weeks on end planning their every move to attack a business but the truth of it is nowhere near as exciting. Although this could happen to a big target, for most people it’s a lot more boring and they get ‘accidentally’ caught in the net as

Data Breaches Aren’t Just Your Users’ Fault (Infographic)

As IT guys, it’s very easy to blame users for data breaches but it’s not always just their fault. Sometimes, data breaches aren’t users’ fault. Sure, they need to update their passwords, stop giving things out and clicking on the suspicious email links. But, the buck stops with you as their IT professional. We thought

Making sure You’re Protected From RANSOMWARE Attacks

All Disaster Recovery plans include ways of dealing with fires, floods or earthquakes, but do not mention RANSOMWARE attacks – why is that so, and what to do if you want to be protected? This article includes: 1. Defining RANSOMWARE as disaster 2. How do avoid getting infected by RANSOMWARE programs 3. How to deal