by Jim Varner, President, and CEO, SecurityFirst Ransomware has become a scourge to businesses around the globe and always manages to find a way to infiltrate even the best defenses. Whether it was a well-known recent outbreak from WannaCry or Petya/NotPetya, which spread worldwide in a matter of minutes, or a more random incident on small business, school district, city, or healthcare provider, any one of these can be detrimental to an entities infrastructure and business operations. After getting hit with ransomware, companies may lose data and have to spend money as they try to recover their sensitive assets, either through paying a ransom or a solid recovery process or risk disrupting business continuity. 

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