When a security vulnerability at IT software-maker Kaseya led to a ransomware attack that affected 800 to 1,500 businesses, it wasn’t one employee’s fault. But that’s not always the case.
Ransomware, which locks down a target’s computers and data, can infect a network a few different ways, including through employee accounts. Luckily, conning people is an ancient art, and ransomware groups aren’t breaking new ground.
Keep an eye out for phishing red flags to avoid ransomware and cover your behind.
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