Learn how to protect your school from being a Ransomware victim
Let’s call it what it is: Ransomware is a digital mechanism for extortion. The most common ransomware attack scenarios encrypt the victim’s data before a ransom demand is even delivered. Because users place a high value on their data, many are willing to pay to get it back. However, paying the ransom is unwise, primarily because it does not guarantee that the corrupted data will be decrypted.
This eBook will describe:
- Common ransonware scenarios
- Trends in the type of cybercrime
- Recommendations to help your organization avoid victimization