Ransomware: it locks up your data and holds it hostage, potentially bringing your business to a grinding halt. You then have two choices: pay the
Isn’t it strange how software corporations sell us X, but what we think they’ve sold us is gold-plated X with knobs on? With Microsoft’s OneDrive, for example,
Imagine you rent a property (perhaps you do). Inside it, you store all your worldly possessions – the most valuable things you own. Those items mean so
We’ve all got a lot on our plate at the moment, for obvious reasons, and nobody wants to make a drama out of a crisis.
What’s the cost of a ransomware attack on a local council? A few thousand? A few hundred thousand? A million? Well, Redcar and Cleveland Council,
In February, the National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC) released a chilling threat report, stating that Coronavirus can now infect computers too. Are we winding you up? No.
Ransomware, we’re all told, is perpetrated by unprincipled crooks who take data hostage and don’t give it back even if you pay the ransom. End