what is ransomware

What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that enters a system or network and blocks the access of data until a sum of money is paid. Organizations that fall prey to ransomware attacks are faced with the difficult decision to pay or not pay, even though there is no guarantee that their files will be returned unscathed.

“If a ransomware attack like WannaCry had infected our firm, we would be out of business today.”

CTO at Hedge Fund Client
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