The Exchange server hack from the spring of 2021, which became known as Hafnium, is spreading: numerous servers that have still not been patched are being attacked, the gap exploited, and malware installed. Many server operators report ransomware attacks that encrypt all the server’s content and demand payment of a ransom.

In such zero-day attacks, every minute counts: preventive measures must be implemented immediately and patches must be applied as soon as they are deployed. What do your information security incident response plans look like? Do you consider yourself well prepared for similar situations? Contact us to discuss how we can work together to raise the information and IT security level of your organization.

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