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Attack Prevention Guide - How to Prevent Your Files Being Ransomed for Bitcoin
 

If your systems are infected by ransomware, and your data restore function fails, you may be forced to pay ransom in Bitcoin. But that just gives the criminals more money for future attacks, so it is better to prevent this and make sure you don't become a victim in the first place.

 

This white paper provides a history of ransomware and what to do to prevent being attacked.

 
 
 
 
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Experts Agree - The Top 20 Security Controls that Really Matter
 

The 20 Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense (the Controls) is a list of best practices guidelines for IT security, developed and maintained by hundreds of security experts from across the public and private sectors. The list gives practical, actionable recommendations for cybersecurity.  Learn:

  • Which Controls are particularly vital
  • Real-life examples of how the Controls can be implemented
  • Tips for measuring your security practice against the Controls
 
 
 
 
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The SIEM Battle: IBM vs. HP vs. AlienVault - Who Comes Out on Top?
 

The Magic Quadrant summarizes Gartner’s yearly analysis of the SIEM market and compares the positions of leading competitors like AlienVault. Get Gartner's complete analysis of each SIEM vendor.

 
 
 
 
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5 Ways to Make Employees Less Hackable
 

Reeling in Ransomware provides a history of cryptoviral extortion, the most malicious of ransomware strains.

In the past five years, hackers have reached new criminal heights powered by encryption technology sophistication. Since 2013, the Department of Justice estimates the CryptoLocker virus alone has compromised more than 260,000 computers worldwide.

  • Review the four primary ways cryptovirus code is planted.
  • Learn five tips to make humans less hackable.
  • Discover the single, infallible strategy for defeating ransomware.
 
 
 
 
 
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