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The First Cyber Attack of 2022

Posted on January 18, 2022

We were only 14 days into the new year when Ukraine was hit with a cyber-attack on government websites. This attack included government websites being knocked out. There was a message left on the foreign ministry website saying “Ukrainians! … All information about you has become public. Be afraid and expect worse. It’s your past, present and future.” 

Websites were temporarily shut down and specialists immediately started restoring their IT systems. As a result, an investigation was opened. There were more than 70 websites effected, however luckily there was no personal data compromised in this attack. 

As cyberattacks continue in the new year, businesses have been forced to implement a backup and disaster recovery plan. In the past year billion-dollar companies have fallen victim to these attacks, proving that no matter the size of a company, everyone is at risk.  Ensuring you have policies in place for these situations and training your staff on how to react to an attack can reduce your companies down time significantly. 

At Apogee IT Services, we provide a security solution. No single security method is good enough to ward off every vulnerability, which is why Apogee’s clients have multi-layer security profiles. With anywhere from 7-12 layers of protection, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’ve done everything you can to secure your business.

No IT service provider can promise you’ll never get hacked. But here's what we can do:

  • Provide you with the best tools we can find
  • Deploy them intelligently to reduce the chances an attacker will get through
  • Limit the damage malware can do if you are hacked
  • Respond quickly to eliminate any problems that occur

Contact Apogee IT Services today so learn how we can secure you and your companies' information and ensure you do not fall victim to an attack.

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