Ransomware Action Plan, Defense and Recovery Against Malware
July 25, 2017
In today’s world, more and more of your business is in the digital realm. You and your clients rely on data to be kept secure and out of the reach of hackers and malware. As much as we like to think it could never happen to us, the exfiltration of your data could be disastrous to your company. If you are not prepared to handle inevitable attempts to access your data, your business could suffer serious damage and face expensive fines when your sensitive information is compromised.
Rob McDonald, VP of Customer Solutions at Virtru, a data protection company, and Jason Karn, Total HIPAA’s Chief Compliance Officer talk about how to identify and protect your critical assets and why having awareness training for all employees can reduce the risk of an attack.
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