As countries like Singapore pursue smart nation initiatives, the risk of such attacks on devices with remote access beyond computers becomes an increasing concern as technology permeates every aspect of one’s life. It is imperative that organisations ensure adequate security.
The most consistent defence against ransomware continues to be good backups and a well-tested restore process. Companies that consistently back up their data and can quickly detect a ransomware attack should be able to restore data and operations with minimal disruption.
Read the full article titled “How to Safeguard Your Company’s Data against Ransomware” to uncover four recommendations that help companies protect their backups against ransomware attacks.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “How to Safeguard Your Company’s Data against Ransomware” published in The Business Times on 20 December, 2017.