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Posted by Matthew Delman on October 1, 2021

Now more than ever, supply chains are attracting threat actor attention. As evidenced by attacks like the one which recently targeted the IT services provider Kaseya and over 1,500 of their clients, trusted relationships between service providers...

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Posted by Nuni Snowden on September 16, 2021

Ransomware developers have powerful financial incentives to continue adding new features to their code. From developers to affiliates, these malicious pieces of software enrich countless cyber criminals at great expense to victims, and will...

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Posted by Matthew Delman on July 1, 2021

Cybercriminals have pounced on the COVID-19 crisis, made clear by the number of ransomware attacks increasing by at least 150 percent in 2020. As a follow-on consequence, organizations have started purchasing cyber insurance policies to hedge...

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Posted by Matthew Delman on June 19, 2021

This week in security news in review, we have reporting on the Avaddon ransomware gang closing down, Google releasing a new framework about supply chain attack prevention, and a new malware that prevents you from visiting piracy sites. These and...

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Posted by Daniel Petrillo on March 24, 2021

Over 30 years ago, a disgruntled researcher unleashed the first noted ransomware virus, the “Aids Trojan.” Distributed on 20,000 floppy disks marked “AIDS Information — Introductory Diskettes'' using hijacked mail subscriber lists to the World...

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Posted by Matthew Delman on October 1, 2020

Increasing numbers of headline-grabbing ransomware attacks are a concerning trend. They also point to a strong possibility that many organizations are falling behind threat actors in the cybersecurity arms race. As they fail to reassess their...

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Posted by Michael Gorelik on August 7, 2020

Garmin has confirmed that the recent outage its users experienced was indeed the result of a successful ransomware attack. However, the extent of the damage done is still unclear. The attack, which compromised Garmin’s servers for five days,...

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Posted by Andrew Homer on March 27, 2020

 

In recent weeks we've seen threat actors stepping up ransomware attacks against hospitals at a moment when saving lives is their most important focus. To keep critical care operating uninterrupted, it’s become more important than ever for...

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