You may have the most sophisticated security system and rely on the latest protection
technologies, but that will not matter if you are not aware that you must avoid putting
your information at risk.
There is no system that is truly 100% secure, which is why the main issue to be addressed
is the end user due to the multiple security flaws related to them. In fact, the Verizon's
Data Breaches investigations report shows that, in 2021, 85% of data breaches involved
a human element, including errors or misuse. Training and education are therefore key
points to prevent a potential attack that can affect you directly or others.
Focusing on keeping informed about the best practices of ransomware prevention, new trends
that emerge in cyberspace, and which actions you should suspect of, can make all the difference
to prevent you from being attacked.