Ransomware Trends in 2020 Call for Increased Cyber Readiness02/17/2020
The potential consequences of a ransomware attack extend beyond temporary business interruption and can impact your brand reputation, result in lost business, regulatory fines, and lawsuits, not to mention the costs of incident response, bitcoin payments, and operational recovery. To mitigate the ransomware threat and its resulting costs, it’s vital to have strong cyber risk management practices in place as well as cyber insurance.
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