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Re-evaluating Ransomware, Without The Hype

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Engin Kirda, chief architect of LastLine, joins senior editor Sara Peters at the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat Aug. 5 to explain why most ransomware isn't as scary as we think.

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Subbuvarma321
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Subbuvarma321,
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8/22/2015 | 4:12:34 AM
Re: Backup!
great one 
RyanSepe
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RyanSepe,
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8/19/2015 | 1:02:21 PM
Backup!
As Engin states, this isn't as much of a problem for companies because they go through the process of backing up their data. This is becoming a more prevalent notion with end-users but not to the point where its rendered ransomware ineffective.
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