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What is Ransomware
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
What could be worse than a hacker breaking into the entire data system of your company and taking everything from you? Certainly a hacker breaking into your data system and asking for a ransom to bring your data back. And in case you don't pay the ransom, you could lose everything. The name of this type of cyber attack is ransomware, and it can be ...
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Cohesity Backup Solutions
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
Nowadays having data protection together with backup, helps to easily recover them in case something happens, and is indispensable for companies that do not want to suffer attacks on their Infrastructure, which we believe is the case of your company. To prevent attacks, create backups, and keep it safe you need a reliable solution like the one Cohe...
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Thousands of Malicious Emails Received by UK Government Officials
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
A report released in April revealed that UK government officials receive thousands of malicious emails a year. Email is still the most utilized and practical way for criminals to disseminate malicious links and attachments to access company's systems around the world. If you click on one of these links or attachments, your company's data could be s...
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The Worst Ransomware Attacks in 2021
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
The year 2021 was marked by worst ransomware attacks, such as the attack on JBS Foods and Colonial Pipeline, causing loss of data and money for the affected companies. We've gathered the worst ransomware attacks of the last year in this post with some tips for your business to avoid this kind of headache. What is a Ransomware Attack? According to t...
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How your company can save energy with rising prices
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
Since April 1, 2022, electricity bills across the UK are getting more expensive. That's because energy supply companies were able to increase bills by 54% after the new cap was introduced. According to a BBC news, a report from Investec bank warned that bills could reach £3,000 a year.Unfortunately, this is an expense that we will have to face. The...
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