[ZDNet] Have we reached peak ransomware? How the internet’s biggest security problem has grown and what happens next

A string of high-profile cyberattacks has made ransomware an impossible issue to ignore – in fact, even world leaders are talking about it. Will this be enough to make cyber criminals think twice?

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