The Grinch Who Stole Data: Don’t forget to protect it!

Posted on December 21, 2012, under General 

If you have lots of plans for this Christmas, then I am sure you would not want it to be ruined at any cost. Every one of us waits throughout the year to celebrate the festivities of winter season, especially the Christmas with our loved ones. So what will you do this year to save your Christmas from the evil clutches of the Grinch? Don’t forget to protect your data. Your personal and official data can be at the mercy of tech Grinch who can play mischief with your data, while you are having a great time with your family. This year the Grinch and its accomplices have been quite busy, playing havoc with your computer system and stealing away your data – successful at every attempt they made. Better to be cautious than sorry later. While you plan for the next year this Christmas, make sure you include data protection in them.

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