Ransomware costs companies an average of $133,000 per attack (sophos.com/en-us/press-office/press-releases/2018/01/businesses-impacted-by-repeated-ransomware-attacks-according-to-sophos-global-survey.aspx), so it’s no surprise that this type of attack should be taken seriously with efficient anti-malware systems in place to avoid critical incidents. Knowing that corporations fight against ransomware, malware creators continue to adapt attacks and their code to evade basic cybersecurity defenses. The biggest security risk to organizations is human error, so education and anti-malware systems should work together to reduce risk and protect your company from falling victim to ransomware.
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