More small companies are becoming victims of ransomware. Here’s how to secure your files, foil hackers, and remain confident despite this growing threat.
When they send out lots of ‘fishing’ emails, it only takes one distracted worker to click on a dangerous link or attachment.
Immediately, malware begins encrypting all that company’s files, making them inaccessible.
Even your synchronized files in Google Drive, Microsoft One Drive and Dropbox are susceptible to corruption.
Unfortunately, the latest backups may contain the already-encrypted version of company files.
Even if clean incremental backups are stored online, it could take days to download all that data.
Crucial operations are frozen until everything is restored. Some companies have paid up just to avoid the delay.
It uses NAS (Network Attached Storage). Since the backup server is local, you can quickly restore and get back to work.
It’s set up for ‘immutable storage’. The periodic ‘read only’ backups can’t be modified, removed or encrypted.
Access is only via Secure FTP, which blocks malware. There are flexible protocols for selecting which data to include.
Get in touch, for details, for prices, and to get started with the UnHackable Box. The faster you act, the safer you’ll be.
With this crippling problem on the rise, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has asked all small businesses to quickly adopt ransomware protection. Learn more.
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