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Hackers' methods continue to evolve. That means your security must evolve.
To adequately protect your firm, you need:
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May 3, 2016 4:17 PM
It's happened. You've done everything you can to defend your law firm from this day, but the hacker successfully breached your walls. Now, you're faced with encrypted files, lost confidential data, demands for money, the insertion of other forms of malware on your network or, even worse, some combination of these and/or more malicious activities or demands.
What do you do now? Who needs to know? Who are you gonna call?
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April 5, 2016 10:41 AM
Ransomware, in layman’s terms, is designed to extort money from law firms, companies and individuals by holding their data hostage. CryptoLocker (and its variants) is a type of ransomware that infects a computer and seeks out common data files, such as pictures, music, PDFs and Word and Excel documents. It then encrypts those files so the user can’t open them, leaving the victim two choices: pay the cybercriminal or lose the data.
Need an example? Check out what happened to the Town of Discovery Bay, Calif., when its network was compromised by CryptoLocker.
Unfortunately, it only takes one wrong click to become a victim. Thus, ransomware prevention is crucial for law firms of any size holding confidential information. And what law firm isn't?
Download and use our 10 Steps to Ransomware Prevention:
A Checklist for Managing Computer Vulnerabilities to help ensure your law firm can survive a ransomware attack.
March 30, 2016 7:29 PM
One click. That's all it took. One single click.
All the law firm's data. All of it. Gone. Encrypted. Corrupted. The best you can hope for is that you get