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To help improve overall cybersecurity practices, the first line of defense is often an educated user with strong password practices. ... More >>
Hardware-based encryption is a much stronger and more reliable option for protecting data than software-based encryption or, worst case scenario, no encryption at all. ... More >>
Although the ransom can be costly, the reality is that the downtime inflicted by ransomware can be even more damaging to businesses. ... More >>