18 Mar JDE and Ransomware are a Bad Mix!
JDE and Ransomware are a Bad Mix!
I’m following-up on our Cyber.Allari offer for a free JDE Cyber-Threat Vulnerability Assessment. I am passionate about protecting JDE installs from threat actors. I have seen two installations get taken out in just the past six months. It is a very real problem and it could happen to you.
“After having our JDE database encrypted by Sodinokibi ransomware, not knowing where else we might be exposed was causing me to lose sleep. This free assessment gave me peace of mind. We received a complete understanding of our exposure and received a step-by-step plan to remediate it.”
– Jeff, IT Director at Channellock
Once vulnerabilities are identified, remediation for JDE installations present a specific set of challenges. Patching may require specific sequencing and processes for development, and production installations need to be managed through a staged change process that requires JDE expertise.
Cyber.Allari’s complimentary JDE Cyber-Threat Vulnerability Assessment reveals your exact exposure and our combined JDE and cyber risk mitigation specialist will help you to implement a long term methodology to protect your JDE installation from future attacks.
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