January 15, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
it’s been less than a month of the new year, and Ransomware hackers have struck again. This time, Computer World reports that 10,000 databases of the open-source database MongoDB have been removed or erased. MongoDB is a favorite of users precisely because it is free and runs on a lot of operating systems.
The lesson is clear: if an organization can be struck down by Ransomware, then no company is safe. While there are software solutions that can prevent an attack, you can start right now, right where you are, to limit your business’ exposure to Ransomware. The article enumerates five easy-to-do, but effective tips that you can implement now to reduce your chances of becoming another victim. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas.