Sponsored Post: Nasuni In the early hours of May 7, 2021, Colonial Pipeline’s CEO, Joseph Blount Jr., made the difficult decision to immediately shut down the company’s IT network in response to a ransomware attack that had been discovered only an hour earlier. Within 15 minutes of the decision, all 5,500 miles of the company’s […]
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On Oct. 17, a triumphant message suddenly appeared on the official dark web leak page of the Trigona ransomware group. Later copied to X (formerly Twitter) by a group calling itself the Ukrainian Cyber Alliance, it read as follows: “Trigona is gone! The servers of the Trigona ransomware gang has been exfiltrated and wiped out.” […]
Should organizations extorted by ransomware gangs pay their attackers? It’s a question that cuts to the heart of ransomware response. Some take what might be viewed as a pragmatic stance and say there is no right or wrong answer, and organizations should be free to make their own decision. On the other side is […]
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