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Some 20% of organizations say they have experienced data breaches by ex-employees. Here's how IT leaders can protect their business.
By Alison DeNisco | August 2, 2017, 4:00 AM PST
While news of ransomware and DDoS attacks constantly make headlines, another major cybersecurity threat lurks at nearly every company: Ex-employees.
Our company provide backup and disaster recovery services- which is less expensive and more secure, than paying ransom to attackers.
Here is an original article.
Tens of thousands of ransomware attacks are targeting organizations around the world on Friday.
A new exploit, reported by McAfee, uses trick Microsoft office files to install malware on a user's machine and can bypass existing protection methods.
Here is some very important article we found on TechRepublic http://www.techrepublic.com/article/critical-microsoft-office-hack-uses-...