Ransomware attacks among the most likely to get through defences, research

John Leonard
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Even before WannaCry, organisations were reporting relatively high infiltration rates for ransomware

With cyber threats there is only one thing that's certain: it's a matter of when not if an attacker will break through. A recent Computing poll of large organisations found that more than half had ...

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