While it's impossible to completely eliminate ransomware vulnerability, these six steps will reduce the risk of falling victim to ransomware attacks and being hacked in general.
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Every chance you have to learn from somebody else's mistakes, take it.
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If your small business is listed at the YP.com directory, your rating with the Better Business Bureau will now appear within your profile.
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Business owners beware: A recent study finds hackers are doubling down on their efforts to trick your employees into sending money or data via email.