The response to an encryption attack can be very difficult. Encrypted critical data usually places a business in a crisis with no ability – or an extremely limited ability – to conduct basic operations. Too few organizations have developed incident response plans providing for contingent or out-of-band communications. Often, before consulting any incident response experts, the victim business has communicated with the attacker and revealed information that the attacker is able to leverage in negotiations.Read more »
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