Hear more about:
• Are we are going to see another wave of this type of ransomware?
• What can a user do if his or her data is held ransom? Should they pay the ransom?
• If someone decides not to pay the ransom and their data is not backed up, are they going to lose that data with no possible means of getting it back?
• Is there anything that governments or law enforcement authorities can do to help protect their citizens in this type of cyberattack?
• What should we do to ensure that our systems remain safe?
• If government agencies find vulnerabilities, should they keep it to themselves?
• What can we expect next, are we going to see a rise in ransomware attacks?
• Do we have the capabilities and tools to deal with a major cyberattack?
See Eric’s latest article: http://itincanadaonline.ca/index.php/insights/eric-jacksch/2156-i-wannacry
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