SMBs are becoming increasingly attractive targets for ransomware attacks. Why? Because these businesses accumulate more valuable data than individual consumers and, at the same time, they often lack the robust security measures employed by large corporations or institutions.
When it comes to SMBs, these factors act as a “sweet spot” for cybercriminals and elevate the risk of ransomware attacks. In addition, because SMB managers often don’t see their companies as potential targets, they may not regularly back up their vital data, leaving them less prepared for ransomware attacks.
Be careful not to make that mistake. Because, as the old saying goes, failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Do you want to know:
- Exactly how does ransomware usually threaten SMBs?
- How does ransomware work, technically?
- How does ransomware work, psychologically?
- What the most common vectors are, and how to defend against them?
- How to create a ransomware response plan?
- What the future of ransomware looks like? And if this threat will continue to rise?
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