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25 January, 2022

What Is the Weakest Link in the Fight Against Ransomware?

The headlines reporting ransomware attacks are becoming more frequent and scary. This has many businesses, governments, and everyday people asking, “What can we do?” The responses range f
Cary Kostka
24 January, 2022

4 Reasons Why Ransomware Organizations Target Local Active Directory

It is important to remember that most ransomware threat actors are incentivized by money and greed. While some state-sponsored attacks may be implemented for non-monetary reasons, ransomware
Brad Rudisail
21 January, 2022

REvil Members Arrested–Is it a Turning Point?

In a rare piece of cybersecurity good news, in mid-January 2022 Russian security services announced the arrest in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Lipetsk of 14 alleged members of the world’s mo
John E. Dunn
20 January, 2022

Linux Ransomware Gangs Wasting No Time in 2022

The volume of malware targeting Linux devices grew 35% over the course of 2021. Some malware families stood out among the rest. For instance, XorDDoS, Mirai, and Mozi accounted for 22% of att
David Bisson
19 January, 2022

What To Do If You Get the Dreaded Ransomware ‘Victim Notification’

Victim notifications are exactly what they sound like—a notification that you have fallen victim to something. In the ever-changing world of cybersecurity, victim notifications happen more
Kirstie Failey
18 January, 2022

John Oliver Is Talking About Ransomware

Ransomware used to be mainly on the radar of people who worked in IT security. That is no longer the case. Even John Oliver knows about it now, and is talking about it, leading to his viral v
Cary Kostka
14 January, 2022

Running a Ransomware Tabletop Exercise

If you ever played tabletop role-playing games, you can think about a tabletop exercise as an IT version of Dungeons & Dragons. Pretend an attack is underway, then your team role-plays th
James Panetti
13 January, 2022

Top 4 Ways to Prevent Ransomware Attacks

Can ransomware be stopped, and can you survive after an attack? Absolutely – if you’re prepared ahead of time. 1. Have a Plan and a Playbook A clearly outlined, detailed plan must be in p
James Panetti
12 January, 2022

Ransomware Increasingly Targets Linux, ESXi

Ransomware attacks have continued to plague organizations over the past few years, especially with the move to big game hunting at the end of 2019, and the debut of “double extortion” in
Lindsay Kaye
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