VARs taking the rap for ransomware attacks

Doug Woodburn
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VARs taking the rap for ransomware attacks

Most feel they would be blamed if a customer is hit and carry out the repair work for free, research finds

Most VARs feel customers would hold them responsible for a ransomware attack, according to a survey by hosting provider Intermedia, which also found that resellers often pick up the pieces free of charge....

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