Ransomware and good security practices (Part 2)

It’s been about a year since the initial wave of WannaCry outbreaks spread across the world. In the UK, the NHS was affected to such an extent that it exposed how far cyber security practices and infrastructure planning had faltered.

In Part 1 of this series of blog posts I discussed a variety of steps that may be appropriate to improve resilience to ransomware, and in this part I continue focusing on some further topics including network segmentation.

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