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June 19, 2020

A Defense Strategy for Schools

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It’s becoming increasingly common for ransomware authors to directly attack high-value targets like schools. Following a success­ful attack, an attacker may demand millions of dollars in ransom money. Even if paying the ransom was an option, doing that doesn’t guarantee that data can be recovered. The best way that an organi­zation can protect itself against ransomware attacks is to implement a backup system that guarantees the recoverability of data.

About the Author

Brien Posey
Microsoft MVP
Brien Posey Brien Posey, a freelance technical writer, received Microsoft′s MVP award eleven times for his Exchange Server, Windows Server, IIS, and File Systems Storage work.
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