Published 10 July 2017

Adrian Fowler

Adrian Fowler

Ransomware is set to get increasingly more aggressive. Business owners are strongly advised to protect their systems or face damaging consequences

Ransomware Protection

Cyber crime cost UK businesses £29 billion in 2016

In recent months, there has been two highly sophisticated global attacks on computer systems which have infiltrated some of the most sophisticated networks belonging to some of the most prestigious organisations. Proving that no one is immune.

The future of Ransomware attacks is looking like its going to increase with threats of even more sophisticated strikes hitting more and more businesses large and in particular small.

There is no way, unless with global and military intervention, ransomware is going to disappear. It is far too easy and profitable for the criminals to get away with and in particular with untraceable currencies such as the Bitcoin.

What can we do to protect ourselves?

We at Apograph specialise in cyber-attack prevention any recovery of data and networks. We urge our clients who rely on their data to allow us to inspect their systems to ensure they are configured correctly.

We can check the Antivirus configuration and feedback and areas of concern. We can also check the Server configuration to ensure there are no loopholes or gaping doors left open where attackers can compromise the system. We’ll also check for endpoint (workstation) vulnerabilities.

In full, we will leave no stone unturned.

What do I do next?

To discuss what we can do for you, please call us on 01858 455426.

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