Restrictions apply. Not available in all areas. Mediacom Business Advanced Data Security requires Mediacom Business Internet for additional monthly charge. Bundle Mediacom Business Wi-Fi service ($15/mo.) with Advanced Data Security ($15/mo.) for $20/mo. For 1 year; thereafter, the standard rate of $15/mo. shall apply for both services. Mediacom Business may increase the monthly rate at any time. Price does not include taxes, and other amounts required by law to be collected or paid. These monthly charges may increase from time to time. Mediacom Business agreement general terms and conditions apply. Offer is available to qualified new and current business accounts located in immediately serviceable areas and not available to bulk accounts, fiber/enterprise accounts or in select markets and offer may be changed or cancelled at any time. Speeds may vary. Advanced Data Security service does not help prevent access to malicious internet sites if connected via a public Wi-Fi. See MediacomBusiness.com/speedfactors for more information on factors that can affect your experienced internet speed. Other charges, conditions, requirements and restrictions may apply.
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Over 200,000 computers in 150 countries were affected by the WannaCry ransomware attack and it took nearly two weeks for others to bounce back after the Petya attack. As a business, concerns about being a victim of ransomware, a hacking attack that holds your computer hostage until you pay a ransom, is legitimate. This type of malicious software from cryptovirology, threatens to publish the victim's data or perpetually block access to it unless the ransom is paid.
The popular USA Network show, "Mr. Robot", follows a group of hackers that manage to disrupt a large corporation and society with a hack. This not only cripples the company, but also the society which heavily relies on the corporation's technologies. So what can this show teach businesses about cybersecurity? A lot. For instance, many data breaches and attacks come from within a company itself - in most cases, because employees aren't careful with their passwords, install malicious programs, or don't understand the company security policy and surf websites that can open the company's server up as a target to attack. As such was the case in "Mr. Robot". In a blog from the Columbia Business Times in Missouri, see how this TV show shines a light on cybersecurity lessons every business should be attentive to.
Along with ransomware attacks, another attack method businesses should be wary of is Phishing. And yes, it is still an issue in 2017. Click here to learn how to keep your proprietary data, as well as your customer's personal information, safe with secure and reliable broadband connections from Gigabit+ Fiber Solutions.