In this article, we will examine how malicious entities exploit times of crisis, particularly with the coronavirus pandemic being followed by a period of prolonged turmoil on the geopolitical stage.
5G simply refers to the fifth iteration of mobile networks and is the latest standard following the original use of 1G all the way back in 1979. 5G’s advances in wireless facilitate the better interconnectivity of devices, machines and other network-enabled objects.
But what happens when an organisation, regardless of size and scope, does get infected by ransomware and all avenues of damage limitation, threat resolution, operational resumption, and data recovery have been exhausted?
It is a common misconception that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are predominantly immune to cybersecurity threats and targeted attacks because of their size.