It has been just over five months since Wannacry hit the headlines. The Ransomware attack, which targeted the UK?s National Health Service and also impacted companies like FedEx, may not have netted its creators much in the way of cold, hard cash, but it certainly demonstrated the potential of ransomware, infecting more than 400,000 machines everywhere from Spain to the United States and China.
Close to all (98%) of those infected were running Windows 7. Of course, Wannacry is not the only potential threat to business continuity. In fact, close to 60% of all businesses had reported some form of malware infiltration in the last six months, according an Osterman Research survey report. In this increasingly insecure context, more and more companie