A recent ransomware attack against the city of Atlanta took its computers offline for over a week while city officials, along with the FBI, attempted to remedy the situation without paying the hackers $51,000 in Bitcoin.
City employees were forced to use pencil and paper, many court proceedings were halted, citizens couldn't pay their bills and even the Atlanta airport, one of the busiest in the nation, was affected.
We've confronted — and mitigated — this situation before with the California town of Discovery Bay (read our case study on it).
Is your law firm prepared for such an attack? Could you stop or mitigate it quickly? Here's a list of what you need.
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