Backups are not a simple ransomware defense, with Matt Crape: Lock and Code S02E17

A recent spate of ransomware attacks in the US and abroad have derailed major corporations, spurring a fuel shortage on the US East Coast, shuttering grocery stores in Sweden, and sending students home from grade schools. The solution, so many cybersecurity experts say, is to implement backups, which are additional copies of vital data, databases, and networks so that, even if a ransomware attack takes root, an organization can recover quickly with a second set of safe, unencrypted data.

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