2022 - Your data is at risk!
Cybercrime attacks have multiplied since recent pandemic to the alarmist point that well established SMBs have closed for bankruptcy, private health information is being sold on the dark web and governmental institutions have had to temporarily interrupt some their service.
Cyber threats also get smarter with impersonation fraud, native language spear phishing and emerging of ransomware-as-a-service business model.
How can SMBs survive cyberattacks with limited IT security budget?
Follow our free 8-tip guide to safeguard your business' future from cybercriminals, protecting data and backup files from ransomware attacks such as CryptoLocker, Wannacry, DarkSide, REvil and their variants, and make sure you never have to pay a single penny or bitcoin to recover your data should you still suffer from an attack.
SMBs suffered ransomware attack in the last 12 months
business suffered ransomware attack twice
attacks were email-based in 2021 (Jan-Jun)
ransomware-spared business are expecting to be hit soon by a ransomware
average download time after ransomware attack
ransomware attacks increase in EMEA in the last 12 months
It only feeds cyber-activities, and you are not even sure to recover all data. You also expose your company to even more future vulnerabilities.
From protecting backup files to emails and IT infrastructure, we give you all unavoidable 8 tips for SMBs to protect against ransomware attacks in 2021.
Don’t wait until your files are already encrypted, act now!