[HackerNews] 5 Critical Steps to Recovering From a Ransomware Attack

Hackers are increasingly using ransomware as an effective tool to disrupt businesses and fund malicious activities.
A recent analysis by cybersecurity company Group-IB revealed ransomware attacks doubled in 2020, while Cybersecurity Venture predicts that a ransomware attack will occur every 11 seconds in 2021.
Businesses must prepare for the possibility of a ransomware attack affecting their

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