Ransomware is the biggest threat to business computer systems to date. It is estimated attacks cost businesses one-billion dollars in 2016, according to a report issued by Herjave Group which is a cybersecurity company. The ease of implementing the virus and the amount of money collected from cyber criminals has resulted in cases increasing significantly. Although attacks on larger business have begun, most attacks have been on small and medium size businesses. The lack of resources for an IT department and few security measures makes them easier targets than corporations. Many small business owners think the business is too small to attack, which is contrary to statistics.
Attempting to decrypt the data alone will most likely result in losing valuable data. Experienced professionals are needed to successfully remove ransomware. It is wise to call for services as soon as possible. Many companies that specialize in ransomware removal are available twenty-four hours every day. Services can be expensive so business owners should do an online search for affordable pricing. One example is monstercloud ransomware removal designed for small and medium businesses. Once the situation is assessed, a low flat rate is quoted for removal services. The service is guaranteed so if removal is not possible, the service is free.
Post removal recovery of data is unique for every case. Experts have a high rate of success at recovery and everything will be tried for full recovery. In most cases, the entire process only takes a few hours. Post recovery email and telephone support is included in the price of removal. There is also an executive package available for larger businesses. That package includes the same guarantee. The business can drastically reduce the down time by calling experts immediately. Disconnecting the infected computers from the main system can sometimes keep the damage to a minimum. Having more than one back up method for files is one way to protect the business from a cyber attack. Rather than wait for an attack to secure the business system, call for a consultation to determine where the system is vulnerable. The consultant will review the current system and make recommendations for upgrades, improvements, or security services that will better protect the business data.