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Aon: Ransomware Attacks Up 400% in Two Years

Companies of all sizes and in all industries are at risk of a ransomware attack, said Christian Hoffman, chief executive officer, Cyber Solutions North America, Aon (May 20, 2021).

May 25, 2021

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