Until the security and privacy community figures out how to stop them, ransomware infections may be as inevitable as death and taxes. But the better you handle them when they happen, the less chance you will be plagued by them over and over again. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Doug Pollack, CIPP/US, offers some things you can do to lower the likelihood of a malware attack, and explains how to handle one if it happens, both during the attack and after. This is the third in a four-part series. Find part one here, and part two here.
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