[ZDNet] Ransomware: How banks and credit unions can secure their data from attacks

As ransomware attacks continue to rise, Steve Bomberger, head of SEI IT services, tells ZDNet that it’s crucial banks and credit unions lock down their security measures in order to protect customer’s data and privacy, their own data, and their reputation.

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