Ransomware spreading like wildfire. A malicious passers release an infected USB flash drive with your company logo on the parking lot outside your company. - There are special tools to inject small changes in ransomware, says Christoffer Callender, security expert at Intel Security. Then have a known blackmail Trojan to become a new one that is ready to use and which are not detected by traditional antivirus protection. They simply are not blacklisted yet. What is important is that the various security solutions are integrated so that they can talk to each other regardless of technology and suppliers.
Ransomware spreading like wildfire. A malicious passers release an infected USB flash drive with your company logo on the parking lot outside your company. - There are special tools to inject small changes in ransomware, says Christoffer Callender, security expert at Intel Security. Then have a known blackmail Trojan to become a new one that is ready to use and which are not detected by traditional antivirus protection. They simply are not blacklisted yet. What is important is that the various security solutions are integrated so that they can talk to each other regardless of technology and suppliers.
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