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The news last week showed how quickly a cyber-attack can spread. Coverage highlighted the impact on the NHS, but the ransomware spread far and wide across all kinds of organisations and across the globe.
Because of the nature of the attack, machines could already be infected but not yet showing any signs so please be cautions with emails:
Here’s the latest advice from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) on how to protect a ransomware incident and what to do if you are affected.
The NCSC has also published this useful advice for businesses. Take some time to review the measures you already have in place
Finally, think about using the materials available from this campaign to help raise awareness of fraud prevention among your colleagues and clients.