Beware, new wave of ransomware attacks

'This is Money' highlighted the increased need to be vigilant as a new tidal wave of ransomware attacks are being reported. This may seem to only affect big organisations, but its more important than ever to make sure you have good quality passwords that are hard to guess, contain special characters and are changed regularly. The article advises that NHS numbers are up to 10 times more valuable to fraudsters than other sensitive data. Read the article here:


Rise of the digital hostage takers: After FatFace paid out £1.45m in January, how can you avoid being hit by a new tidal wave of ransomware attacks? (msn.com)

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