RADAR reports on the best ways for organizations to avoid suffering a ransomware attack following the massive WannaCry breach, affecting companies across the globe. Organizations can take measures to ensure they are protected against ransomware attacks, including regularly taking snapshots of data and storing them offline, aggressively monitoring emails and regularly educating employees to make sure they are up to date on best practices. The report also covers the variables companies should consider if they need to report a ransomware attack to the HHS Office for Civil Rights. In related news, cybersecurity professionals are trying to determine whether North Korea should be considered a suspect in the WannaCry attack. Editor's Note: Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP, reports on the details and reactions to the WannaCry attack in this piece for Privacy Perspectives.
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