In a recent article , KIRO radio discuss the impact a food bank saw after their entire business was compromised.
“What we’ve sort of learned through the process is if you try to pay a guy for your stuff back it’s still going to come to you damaged. It’s still going to be about 40 percent of it coming back to you. Most of it will still be encrypted. They’ll have damaged it in some way anyways and then they’ll want you to pay more when you call and complain.”
Since they are a non-profit they will need to lean on the public to pay for all new equipment as they refuse to pay criminals. Everything is gone.
“So first and foremost my client database program is totally gone. There’s nothing left of it. All of our information for our grant work it tracks. And any documentation for our families that help us continue to help them,” she said. “Then on the business side of it, it’s wiped out everything. I have absolutely not one piece of Word document, Excel document, nothing left.”
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