When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
The Ryuk Ransomware has struck again – and this time at the print media. The malware has struck several Tribune Publishing newspapers and halted production.
Don’t panic! Just because you’ve received a ransomware alert on your screen or in your inbox, it doesn’t mean you’re infected. Here’s how to spot the fakes.
A Scottish brewery is drowning its sorrows in the wake of a devastating ransom attack in which it was hit up for £9,600 to get its data back.
You’ve heard of ransomware. But did you know it can do a lot more than just encrypt your files? Here’s how bad it can really get.
If you are hit by ransomware and decide to pay the ransom, studies show there’s a three in four chance you still won’t get your data back.
A new strain of ransomware, GandCrab, is on the loose. Here’s the signs you should look for, and how to protect your users and machines.
With the release of BackupAssist 10.2, you can now manually scan your system for ransomware. Here’s how to scan anything at any time.
You may have heard about BackupAssist’s new ransomware-protection feature, CryptoSafeGuard. Here’s how to get it and set it up to protect your backups.
In a special report, Storage Switzerland reveals one of the biggest threats to a business from ransomware is a process known as infection magnification,
BackupAssist® today announced the worldwide general availability launch of its CryptoSafeGuard™ ransomware protection feature
BackupAssist 10.1 is now available! With it, we introduce a powerful new feature designed to protect your backups from ransomware called CryptoSafeGuard.