Why 2021 Is the Year of Ransomware


Ransomware is huge in 2021, taking down businesses, government departments, gas pipelines, and worse to come. Now is the time to familiarise yourself with ransomware, the risks, how it gets onto your system, what happens to your data if you don’t pay, and the risks of actually paying the ransomware.


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