[HackerNews] What To Do When Your Business Is Hacked

As businesses move to a remote workforce, hackers have increased their activity to capitalize on new security holes. Cybercriminals often use unsophisticated methods that continue to be extremely successful.
These include phishing emails to harvest credentials and gain easy access to business-critical environments.
Hackers are also using ransomware to hold your data hostage, demanding a ransom

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