Ransomware: All Locked Up And No Place To Go

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Download News stories about ransomware are becoming a daily event. Hospitals, government agencies and individuals have all been hit by this growing menace, and the threat is only going to grow. As cybercriminals learn just how effective this method of extortion is, Kaspersky Lab experts predict that ransomware attacks will become increasingly targeted at organizations most likely to pay.

But there is hope. By learning the tactics behind ransomware, you can stop an attack from happening in the first place. Download our eBook, Ransomware: All Locked Up and No Place to Go, to learn the key facts you need to know, such as:

• How ransomware works
• Whether or not you should pay the ransom
• Tips for protecting your company from ransomware

You don't have to be a victim of ransomware. Get the facts you need to protect your company

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