Boulder Partner David Zetoony was quoted May 15 in The American Lawyer regarding a recent widespread cyberattack that began in Europe and hit more than 300,000 computers in over 150 countries worldwide. The ransomware attack, called WannaCry, was distributed via email and encrypts a computer or network’s data, requiring $300 in bitcoin to unlock the data. The data breaches mostly affected targets overseas and in the health care industry, but could have been prevented with the use of an up-to-date Windows patch or by purchasing cyber insurance. “There have been a few of our clients who have been locked out of their computers without disaster recovery systems,” Zetoony said. “So they’re locked out, basically, until they pay or they put up new systems. For us, that’s less than five percent of our client base.”