6 Ways to Shield your Clients from Ransomware

Businesses are now inherently digital. They’re implementing more systems and using more applications to manage their day-to-day operations, share critical information and complete vital tasks. As they use different devices, back-end systems and applications, they generate and exchange a surplus of data.

But all of these different data sources also present risk: They have potential vulnerabilities that make businesses easy targets for cybercriminals and ransomware. Ultimately, your clients, their proprietary data, as well as financial and client information, may be exposed and, therefore, put at significant risk.

The increasing number of employees working remotely and on-the-go has also created
risk for your clients.