You may have heard of WannaCry, which caused the largest cyber attack in history. Last May it infected more 200,000 computers in less than a few hours. WannaCry was a type of malware called ransomware. It didn’t simply infect computers, it encrypted files on these devices and demanded users pay a ransom to decrypt them.
Imagine forever losing access to important business information or irreplaceable personal mementos. But it doesn’t have to be this way.