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Over the weekend, the world experienced one of the most severe ransomware outbreaks in history, with businesses of all sizes in over 150 countries impacted. As ransomware becomes a household name, one thing is for certain: Global cybersecurity has reached a moment of emergency.


So here are the critical questions for your business:
  • Do you have backup and disaster recovery system in place?
  • Is all of your software up-to-date?
  • How’s your antivirus/firewall?
  • Is your Microsoft patched?
If you are a Databranch Managed Services client, your SonicWALL Gateway Security Suite, Symantec End Point Protection, Proactive Maintenance/Microsoft Patching, and Datto Business Continuity solution have provided an excellent first line of defense and we are diligently working to keep your business protected from future attacks.
 
This is just the beginning of ransomware attacks in 2017 and we would like to help get your business ready for what’s to come. We are offering a complimentary security/data protection assessment this week to anyone who needs peace of mind that their network is secure following this weekend’s attack.


Call our team today at 716-373-4467 x 15 or email alasky@databranch.com to schedule a time for us to come review your network.


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