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forrester’s guide to paying ransomware

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A Ransomware Attack Is A Data Breach

A data breach is when unauthorized code execution by third parties accesses and encrypts sensitive business data. Do not settle for decryption. Investigate to determine if exfiltration has occurred and made sure you remove unauthorized access from your infrastructure.

Attackers are targeting your recovery capabilities

Ransomware attacks have increased by 500% since last year. More organizations are being forced to pay the ransom because attackers are becoming more sophisticated and focusing on your backups.

Paying a ransom is a business decision

While companies should avoid paying ransoms, they are a legitimate recovery option that should be considered in conjunction with other efforts to make the right decision for your company.

Read the full report: Forrester’s Guide To Paying Ransomware.

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