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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
11 January, 2022

Ransomware and Vendor Notification

Bernalillo County, New Mexico, started off 2022 the victim of a ransomware attack. Not a lot is known about the attack at the time of this writing, but it has all of the hallmarks of a ransom
Allan Liska
10 January, 2022

Leverage Cloud Backup as Added Protection from Ransomware

Businesses are increasingly being targeted by ransomware attacks. The crippling nature of these attacks makes it necessary to take precautions now. Data impacted by a ransomware attack can be
James Panetti
05 January, 2022

Ransomware Backup Strategy: 4 Tips to Prevent Ransomware

Backups Don’t Ensure Safety In years past, a solid backup process offered a reliable sense of security, but today, they are as much a target as anything else. As our visual guide explains,
James Panetti
04 January, 2022

First Big Ransomware Attack of 2022 Targets Large Portuguese Media Company

A new year, a new ransomware attack. Portugal’s largest media conglomerate got hit hard over the New Year’s holiday weekend, and is still offline as of this article’
Keith Ward
16 December, 2021

2021 Ends With Another Crippling Ransomware Attack

2021 was the year that ransomware went viral, and not in a good way.  Although ransomware is far from a new scourge, it became household news this year as extremely high-profile attacks
Scott Lowe
15 December, 2021

How To Handle a Ransomware Attack

According to the US Justice Department, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks happen daily, on average, in the US alone. Most of them don’t make the news. Many attacks are quietly paid off
Jason Hall
14 December, 2021

Ransomware Attacks Ramped Up In 2021

Ransomware attacks in 2021 continued to grow in not only frequency, but in cost, according to a new survey. CrowdStrike’s fourth annual Global Security Attitude Survey revealed that 66
Keith Ward
30 November, 2021

The Changing Nature of Ransomware Cyberinsurance

There is no doubt about it: ransomware can be devastating. The average recovery cost is reaching nearly $2 million, more than double the amount from just a year ago, according to cybersecurit
Alan Capros
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