New Blog Post | 3 steps to prevent and recover from ransomware

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3 steps to prevent and recover from ransomware | Microsoft Security Blog

On July 14, 2021, the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence1 (NCCoE) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology2 (NIST) hosted a virtual workshop3 to seek feedback from government and industry experts on practical approaches to preventing and recovering from ransomware and other destructive cyberattacks. After we wrote up our feedback for NIST, we realized it would be helpful to share this perspective more broadly to help organizations better protect themselves against the rising tide of (highly profitable) ransomware attacks. While ransomware and extortion attacks are still evolving rapidly, we want to share a few critical lessons learned and shed some light on common misconceptions about ransomware attacks.

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