What would you do if your law firm's data were held hostage? This is a real question that some law firms are having to deal with. One firm in Rhode Island lost 3 months of productivity, $700,000 in time they couldn't bill, and $25,000 in ransom they had to pay to be able to access their computers after being hit by a ransomware attack. The latest strain of ransomware is widely-known as WannaCry and is affecting computers around the world. How does it work, and what can your law firm do to protect itself from WannaCry and other potential ransomware attacks?