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4 Steps To Prevent Ransomware Attacks In Your Practice

While ransomware attacks aren’t a new cybersecurity risk, they have increased enough over the past few years to be considered a top threat.

Statistics show that ransomware is part of 10 percent of all breaches, doubling in frequency in 2021. Approximately 37 percent of global organizations said they were a victim or some level of ransomware attack in 2021.

You can’t ignore these statistics.

Sophisticated Security Plans Don’t Always Fix Security

Think your data is safe? Are you comfortable with the security plans you’ve put into place? A recent study shows you might want to think twice about your approach to security.

Statistics show that the majority of businesses typically employ between 4 to 8 security measures, with the average hovering around 5.8. Yet based on the data, the more security measures being used, the more of a target the organization becomes.

7 Questions To See How Secure Your Practice Really Is

Have you seen the latest digital gadget advertised on TV? It promises to be the most advanced tool the world has ever seen.

Or maybe you’ve recently attended a tradeshow and been enamored with the latest technology. Just imagine all of the new things you can bring into your practice …

Yet before you hit the buy button, have you considered all the risks? How will you implement it? How will you secure it?

We love new technology.

Why Cloud-Native Security Is Important To Practices With Remote Workers

Moving to the cloud isn’t new. Many practices started moving some of their tasks years ago. The past two years have only escalated the movement. 

Going cloud-native is the process of relying on applications developed specifically for the cloud. A recent Gartner report estimates that by 2025, 95 percent of new digital workloads will be deployed on cloud-native platforms, up from 30 percent in 2021. 

If you haven’t thought much about your cloud strategy before, you no longer can afford to push it aside.