Think 3,2,1 to protect your business against ransomware

Think 3,2,1 to protect your business against ransomware

Posted August 17, 2020

Think 3,2,1 to protect your business against ransomware

  • There are two major audiences that should be targeted from an education perspective: IT staff and organizational users. It’s important to target both groups as threats can be introduced from both personas.
  • The main points of entry into a business for ransomware is through Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) or other remote access mechanisms, phishing and software updates.
  • Put simply, in most cases cyber-attackers are not made to work as hard as they should to fetch big prizes.
  • The 3-2-1 rule recommends that there should be at least three copies of important data, on at least two different types of media, with at least one of these copies being off-site.

– Sandeep Bhambure | August 17, 2020