White Paper: Everything You Need to Know
About Ransomware Recovery and File Sharing

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Enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) solutions make it easy for organizations to share information across an increasingly distributed and digital workplace. But with large amounts of data, they also present a vulnerability that can be exploited by cyber-attackers.

The problem is that meeting the attacker’s demands is only the first step in recovering from a ransomware attack. Rapid resolution requires an EFSS solution that allows system administrators to take the situation into their own hands by identifying infected files and reverting them to clean versions before any serious damage can be done.

This whitepaper outlines the potential impacts of ransomware and the importance of choosing an EFSS solution that reduces risk, cost, lost productivity and recovery time.