Last week, the world saw one of the most devastating cyber-attacks to date, infecting over 200,000 computers in nearly 150 countries, having a drastic impact on the operation of many businesses and NHS Trusts, including GP surgeries and hospitals. The fact that the ransomware was able to infiltrate enterprise level and government organisations has raised cyber-security concerns on an international scale, with many organisations using this as an opportunity to reassess their cyber-security protocols. So, with our current understanding of the attack, how can you stay safe?
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With the media frenzy regarding cyber security, notorious hacking groups and the threat of data theft in the light of the new GDPR, many businesses are feeling pressured to adhere to security regulations in order to become Cyber Essentials Certified. The question that many businesses are considering however is “Is it worth it?”.
Virtualisation has evolved massively over the years, constantly receiving new applications and purposes and expanding to cover new element of IT operation to improve service levels and aiding disaster recovery precautions. As the functionality expands and the benefits continue to multiply, adoption of virtualisation technology within business has grown to a point where it has become a staple of optimised IT infrastructure in mainstream business.
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