People are a business’s biggest security risk, so training your team on the cybersecurity basics is critical. To help, we’ve put together this simple download. Post and share so your staff will know what to do if they’re hit with ransomware.
Yikes! You’ve been hit with a ransomware threat. What is it and how do you respond?
Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to a victim’s (company’s) data by threatening to publish or permanently block that data unless a ransom is paid.
Ransomware payment demands averaged $211,259 in Q1 2022 according to Coveware and the FBI has ransomware attacks are up 62 percent so far in 2022. Yet only about 50% of UpCity small businesses surveyed have any plan for responding to ransomware attacks.
If you or your organization are hit with a ransomware attack, you should take the steps defined in this one-page flyer. It will tell you:
- What analysis-based measures are needed
- How to keep business continuity
- How to prevent future attacks
- Plus much more information!
Email the flyer, post it and put it on the agenda for discussion at your next staff meeting. Knowing what to do during a ransomware attack is a critical part of securing your business.
Download the Checklist
2022 Cyber Security Essentials Checklist
See where your business stands with these 18 critical cyber security controls established by the Center of Internet Security (CIS). Plus see the types of attacks most likely to impact your business.