Atlanta Didn’t Pay Ransom, But Spends $17M on Cleanup, New Devices, Better Security

Since the massive March 22nd SamSam ransomware attack against the City of Atlanta, nearly $17 million has been spent on cleanup, new devices, and better security.

Read more about the Atlanta SamSam infection here – http://bit.ly/NSG_20180806

While this is certainly one approach to mitigating the severe damage, data loss and shutdown of systems, it is a very expensive one. Most security experts recommend more aggressive preventative measures that can detect the threats that are already present, but hiding, in your network.

Our combination of vulnerability assessments, breach detection and penetration testing can greatly reduce the risk of your valuable data and systems becoming another victim of ransomware like the SamSam infection.

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