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Over the past three years, ransomware has jumped into the spotlight as a means to exploit and infect valuable data assets and demand a ransom for release. To date, hundreds of thousands of computers in 150 countries have been crippled by the "weapon of mass destruction", WannaCry, and the number keeps on growing. To stop your organization from becoming affected, and to protect yourself from future attacks, here are 5 ways to protect yourself from malware attacks.
It's crazy to think that the patch that prevented the WannaCry infection, released two months ago in March, could have resolved the thousands of computers infected if proactively patched. It is quite evident that the first way to protect your organization is to:
Do you have a data remediation strategy? How often do you test your replication and failover to ensure that your data is safe? When was your data last updated? Having a proper disaster recovery and backup strategy is the best way to side-step ransom payments by restoring your company's data from a reliable backup resource.
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There are two kinds of user accounts on Windows. Administrator accounts can install, update and remove software, and malware that infects an administrator account can do so as well. Limited accounts, however, are barred from altering a computer's software installations, and in most cases, malware that infected limited accounts will be similarly crippled. With that said:
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