Companies that pay ransoms are feeding the business model, says CISA’s Wales

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  • CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Companies that pay ransoms are feeding the business model, says CISA’s Wales” – below is their description.

    CISA’s Acting Director Brandon Wales discusses the ongoing problem of ransomware and companies that are being forced to pay huge sums of money to regain access to their computer files from hackers.

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