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Anyone have a good example of a training, or hand out for end user support?

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#1 kn1ghtus


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Posted 24 March 2016 - 04:05 PM

Okay so we're a small MSP, and we have a client that has really outgrown us, but they love us.  They are concerned with ransomware (completely understand in the health care field) and I thought it would be good for us to go through and do a training or at least email their end users some basic information/support/ideas.  I figure that a handout would be easy to find but I haven't found anything.  Has anyone put something together on this board?  Seen anything out there?




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Posted 24 March 2016 - 06:29 PM

Some preventive information and suggestions for a defensive strategy are provided in :step5: of this topic may be of some use.

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