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10 March 2021
Fresh attacks appear to be slowing down, but experts including computer giant Microsoft have told business owners around the world to treat this incident as a wake-up call.
The Wannacry virus has infected machines running the Windows XP operating system, encrypting files and holding them to ransom. The virus can move around a network on its own, which has a devastating effect on large scale operations with lots of computers and users.
Even if your business has not been affected this time, the attacks should act as a reminder to keep your devices up to date and files backed up to a storage device that is not physically connected to your computer, such as the cloud.
The scale of this particular attack is unprecedented, but smaller attacks on businesses can happen at any time. Take these precautions immediately to protect your business against cyber attacks.
It’s important to protect your computers, network and other devices against attacks, but your website can also act as a gateway to your company and be vulnerable to attack.
The same principles apply for protection, change your passwords regularly and ensure your website CMS and plug ins are always up to date.
No matter the size of your website, it’s imperative you take steps to protect it and your business.
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