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Would you pay a $US400 cyber ransom?

Reader's verdict on a lawyer's advice to pay up.

Mon, 22 May 2017

Wellington lawyer Michael Wigley says businesses hit by ransomware should pay up. They have to be pragmatic, and in some cases have a legal duty of care to do everything they can to retrieve a client's data, he argues.

NBR readers disagree. Just under 400 participated in our Business Pulse Poll:

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