'Staggering' number of firms would pay hackers $1m ransom

Doug Woodburn
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'Staggering' number of firms would pay hackers $1m ransom

Fourteen per cent of execs would stump up seven-figure sum to prevent a cyberattack, research claims

One in seven company execs quizzed in a survey said they would be willing to pay hackers a ransom of more than $1m (£694,000), a finding the research's authors branded "downright staggering". According...

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