In universities and schools, Windows-based systems and Office 365 remain dominant. Unfortunately, ransomware attacks in Office 365 are quite common as well.
Small to enterprise sized businesses face an enormous computer security challenge.
Office 365 is the fastest growing offering in Microsoft’s history, and customers are entrusting the platform to not just meet all of their productivity needs, but to secure and manage their business-critical information assets.
There’s no panic button for this bank robbery, and your employees can’t do anything to protect themselves. One of the most significant risks to financial institutions this year is ransomware.
If Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides are encrypted, you may be able to manually recover the file.
Before another ransomware attack wreaks havoc across the globe, wouldn’t it be a great time to learn how to recover your data?
The FBI has issued a ransomware announcement for high-impact attacks and their threat on businesses. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) outlined more guidelines and advice on what businesses should do in the event of a ransomware infection.
For small to mid-sized businesses Microsoft Windows-based systems remain dominant. Windows continues to be the operating system most widely used on desktops and laptops.
Microsoft Office remains the most widely used work office suite due to its ease-of-use and collaboration. Unfortunately, those efficiency and collaborative capabilities also make ransomware defense more challenging.
Backupify surveyed more than 2,400 IT service providers (ITSPs) serving businesses around the world about ransomware and published the key takeaways in this report.
Think your device choice doesn’t matter? Datto’s Global Ransomware Report found that just 3% of IT service providers encountered ransomware on a Mac, or on mobile or tablet device.
SaaS apps have done wonders for collaboration and convenience for education. Unfortunately, they have also made it easier and more convenient for ransomware to spread.
Shurl0ckr has avoided built-in malware protection in Google Drive and Microsoft Office 365.
SaaS apps continue to become a growing target for ransomware attacks with Dropbox, Office 365, and G Suite most at risk.
Ransomware has surfaced in a big way in 2017, and Enterprise IT Managers need sophisticated tools to combat this critical threat.
A new strain of ransomware is leveraging Microsoft Office documents to reach its victims.
Believe it or not, SaaS applications aren’t immune to ransomware.
A new strain of ransomware called Defray has recently appeared. Defray is targeting specific verticals such as healthcare, education, manufacturing, and technology.
A new strain of ransomware has struck a hospital group in the UK, forcing the cancellation of appointments.
From NotPetya to WannaCry, ransomware is having a banner year in 2017 Unfortunately, for SaaS apps users, ransomware doesn’t discriminate against the location of data.