The Definitive Ransomware Protection Guide for Business in 2020
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Most Vulnerable Software of 2016: Anything Linux Based

This year Linux has taken the gold, silver, and bronze medal for software vulnerabilities, beating out notoriously unsafe applications such as Adobe Flash and Acrobat. The Android Mobile OS, which is based on the Linux Kernel, took first place with 523 Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). Second place for this dubious “award” went to Debian

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The Cost of Ransomware in 2016: $1 Billion and Rising.

 If you’re reading this, there’s a 50/50 chance you’ve been hit by ransomware this year already, according to an Osterman Research Study. Since last year, ransomware attacks have more than doubled, jumping from 23k to a staggering 56k. And to make matters worse, the average ransom has skyrocketed from $294 to $679. Translation? Malware is

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Why CIOs Are Concerned About Data Protection in 2016

Like all C-Levels, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) have a lot to be concerned about. Upkeep of infrastructure, delivery of new services, innovation and staying current with technological shifts… the list goes on. But there’s one concern that keeps CIOs up at night more than anything else: data protection. This isn’t a new concern by any