An emerging cyber-attack trend is shifting the paradigm for both cyber-preparedness and incident response: ransomware attacks targeting managed service providers. This is, in part, because the size of these attacks can be an order of magnitude larger in terms of the number of entities that are simultaneously affected, and because of the corresponding large-scale efforts that must be undertaken to swiftly and effectively remediate these attacks.Read more »
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