The debate of whether or not organisations should pay ransoms to cybercriminals in return for their unencrypted data has been going on for years. On one hand, as data is now the lifeblood of almost all organisations a successful ransomware attack can mean business closure. However, succumbing to the ransom is only fuelling the cybercrime economy which is now estimated to be the 3rd largest in the world. But a recent report into ransomware attacks may add weight to the notion of never paying the ransom.
Unaware and untrained employees tend to be one of the biggest risk factors when it comes to cyber security within an organisation.
It is fair to say that cyber threats have become incredibly sophisticated over the previous few years and a pose a real threat to companies of all shapes and sizes.
Key tips from Celerity’s Lead Technical Consultant, Steve Laidler, as to how you can detect, protect, secure and respond to digital security threats.
The cybersecurity threats facing companies across the UK is constantly evolving and the demand for businesses of all sizes to continuously review and update their cyber security policies and practices is more vital than ever.