Mitigating Ransomware attacks using McAfee VSE Access Protection Policies

The image on the left is an awesome reminder of my first blog post. Ransomware really caught my attention to a point were, it ended up featuring as my first article. That being said, my reply to Gail’s comment really sealed the deal, to an extend were i just felt I had to revisit and unearth this post! My response read, “This is proof we are living in the “Cyber Crime Era!”. It’s sad but what makes it even more scary is, it’s happening and happening around the clock. I bet you this is just the tip of an iceberg….” Oh yes, spot on! I am no Fortune Teller, but all I can tell ya (replacement for you), is we are living in that era! Hmmm, some deadly rhymes ending with ‘aaaah!’ right?; but definitely not deadlier than the gist of the flow, Ransomware!!!! Hold on, besides my rhymes, I will not let you (Ransomware) intimidate me, because I have something to use to mitigate against you, 

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Securing your data with VeraCrypt

VeraCryptOne of the best ways of keeping people out of your private accounts or preventing unauthorised local access to your personal information is by not letting them on your Desktop or Laptop in the first place, but how do you go about it? Well, it’s straightforward, you create a password! Is that it?, well ‘sort of’, is the response I usually get. Of particular interest is one of the most common misconceptions “I like to call it – False Sense of Security!”, that is, colleagues who usually boast their user profiles are impenetrable because they have ten+ (10+) character long passwords, but then again, what happens if passwords fail you? Ask me and I will tell you it’s simple! Securing your data

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