Today, many people use Google Drive to store personal and working documents. Google Drive Backup and Recovery software is the best solution for keeping your data safe.
Today, we are going to explore the damage that Ransomware brings and guide you how to ensure effective Ransomware protection.
The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) conducted an in-depth study about the virus CryptoWall version 3 (CW3). So, we are sharing their analysis and publishing excerpts of the CryptoWall report:
Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts a victim’s files and subsequently demands payment in return for the key that can decrypt the said files. These files may contain various types of information, such as important financial data, business records, databases, and personal files that may hold sentimental value to the victim, such as photos and home movies. Once these files are identified, the ransomware will encrypt the files using a key known only by the attackers. In order to acquire this key to decrypt these files, the victim must pay a ransom to the attackers, often in the form of electronic currency, such as bitcoin.
On April 22, 2007 Google launched the professional package of Google Apps for Enterprise. Since then, more than 6 million companies around the world are using Google Apps for managing their business. So what has been the secret of Google’s success? In my opinion, it’s as a result of ongoing service & security improvements, along with enhanced capabilities that require only a nominal amount of additional IT resources.
Cybersecurity is often overlooked by small business, but over 60% of cyber attacks are targeted at small to medium-sized businesses.
Small businesses are attractive to hackers because they usually do not have the sophisticated security systems that are in use by larger organizations. They are also likely to have more digital assets than individual users and so the potential for profiting or gaining useful information is much higher.
Ransomware is currently one of the fastest-growing security threats facing individuals and organizations today.
Ransomware works by infiltrating a user’s PC or mobile device via malicious software that is usually installed unintentionally after clicking a link in an email or because it is posing as something else.
As more and more companies move to cloud services to increase productivity and reduce costs, we are seeing a shift in how businesses are working with digital technologies and their needs and requirements are also changing to fit these new ways of working.
Information Technology research and advisory company, Gartner, presented its top predictions for the cybersecurity industry for 2017 earlier this year. With the number of data breaches and cybersecurity attacks growing every year, it’s becoming increasingly important for businesses of any size to think seriously about their digital security policies and plans.
Data loss should not be considered as an avoidable accident, as it is almost inevitable that any type of business may be exposed to data loss risks. This article presents cybersecurity tips on the top 5 causes of data loss.
Instead, it’s important to have an action plan in place that considers all different risks and scenarios and ensures that any lost data can be restored quickly in the event of a data loss disaster.
We are happy to announce the official release of our new product, Spinbackup for Business for G Suite / Google Apps.
Let’s explore how to avoid Ransomware viruses, that are a new very serious threat to your cloud security that can corrupt your computer files and files you store with the cloud service providers. There are many ways to spread such viruses.