Get Proactive with Software Updates

Words "time for an update" on clock faceFor servers, have personnel on hand.

By Roman H. Kepczyk
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Every firm has concerns about their systems being hacked, getting attacked by a virus or malware, or being the victim of ransomware that encrypts all the firm’s data. The 2018 CPAFMA survey found an increase in firms impacted by ransomware, which carried into the 2020 survey.

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The vast majority of these virus and malware issues can be effectively negated with one simple process: KEEP YOUR SOFTWARE UPDATED on your servers and individual workstations.