AAG Systems educates Sheffield on Cryptolocker and how to avoid it

7th October 2016

On 19 October, AAG Systems will host the second in a series of educational breakfast meetings on the Cryptolocker computer virus.

By holding your files to ransom, this virus has been gaining prominence across Yorkshire businesses and it is notoriously difficult to recover from unless you have a foolproof backup strategy in place. With this in mind it's of even greater importance for Directors to understand the impact a Cryptolocker attack can have on your bottom line, and how to ensure your business can prevent it from happening. Over coffee and a croissant at our 'We Eat Cryptovirus for Breakfast' event, we'll talk you through how to spot and stop Cryptolocker in its tracks; whether or not you should pay the ransom if your network is attacked; and how to recover all your data and systems if Cryptolocker does find a way in. You can book your complimentary ticket here or check out our helpful 'How to Avoid Cryptolocker' poster on our website here.

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