As if ransomware weren’t bad enough, global group access raises risk exponentially. Once attackers land on a network, they can open, copy, change, or delete any and all files left open to everyone in the organization. Fail to lock down your data and you’ll serve attackers a sizable smorgasbord of sensitive data.
Click to watch Kilian Englert and Ryan O’Boyle from the Incident Response team discuss why slashing overexposed data is a critical step in surviving ransomware attacks.
Do you need to shore up your security stack to defend against ransomware infections like Emotet, or concerned you may already be infected?
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