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Ransomware - It's The Biggest Cyberthreat Of The Year; Is Your Practice Protected?

Your dental practice faces a growing risk of a costly ransomware attack. However, by taking the proper precautions, you can avoid becoming a victim. Here’s how.

Cybercriminals are now targeting small and mid-sized businesses, especially those in the healthcare industry; that means your dental practice is in jeopardy. Their weapon of choice? Ransomware.

Ransomware either locks down your computer or encrypts your files to prevent access. You are then instructed to pay a ransom to regain access. Computers usually become infected with ransomware when someone in your office...

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