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Through our Ask-An-Expert service, our Faculty speak with security teams across all industries on a regular basis. Ransomware prevention is a consistent topic of those conversations and an area where information security professionals lean on our Faculty for additional guidance and information.
So, what do security teams want to know about ransomware prevention? For answers, we turn to the questions they ask.
Below are questions information security practitioners posed to our team of 80-plus Faculty on the topic of ransomware prevention, including:
READ: What Security Teams Want to Know About Responding to Ransomware Attacks
Regardless of your organization’s size, level of maturity or experience in the ransomware domain, it’s essential to have a ransomware response plan in place before an incident occurs. Our Faculty provide the following guidance to help security teams prevent a ransomware attack:
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