19 December, 2022

Follow the Money: How Cybercriminals Monetize Ransomware

Sponsored Post: Bart Lenaerts-Bergmans, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Intel, CrowdStrike The transaction details and monetization patterns of modern cybercrime reveal critical insights fo
Bart Lenaerts-Bergmans
16 December, 2022

’Tis the Season for eCrime

Sponsored Post: Bart Lenaerts-Bergmans, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Intel, CrowdStrike Financially motivated criminal activities, aka “eCrime,” happen in waves. They come and go as
Bart Lenaerts-Bergmans
15 December, 2022

5 Ways Zero Trust Helps You Stay Ahead of Ransomware Attacks

Sponsored Post: Narendran Vaideeswaran, CrowdStrike Director, Product Marketing, Zero Trust. Ransomware is a dangerous and evolving threat to organizations of every size, industry and geograp
Narendran Vaideeswaran
06 December, 2022

Best Practices for Recovering from Ransomware

Do you have a disaster recovery plan for ransomware? I mean, do you really have a plan? Could you tell me what it is in a paragraph if you had to? Could you lay out what happens in a step-by-
Keith Ward
05 December, 2022

Protect Yourself with Ransomware Tabletop Exercises

One of the best ways to protect yourself against ransomware is through role playing. If you’re thinking Dungeons and Dragons right now, you’re actually on the right path—a ransomware ta
Keith Ward
02 December, 2022

Linux Ransomware: How Vulnerable Are You?

Many admins wonder how susceptible Linux is to the scourge of ransomware. There’s a general belief—which is correct—that Linux is more secure by default than Windows. That leads to the
Keith Ward
12 October, 2022

What Security Teams Need To Know About the Ransomware Threat Landscape

Sponsored Post: Nick Lowe, CrowdStrike Director, Falcon OverWatch. Organizations of every vertical, size, and location can be targeted with a ransomware attack. Here’s what y
Nick Lowe
28 September, 2022

What Is an .rrcc File?

An .rrcc file is a computer file that’s been encrypted by ransomware criminals. It’s a variant of the STOP/DJVU ransomware, and although a newer entrant into the ransomware game, it’s q
Keith Ward
26 September, 2022

EDR Software ‘Easy to Bypass’ for Ransomware Operations

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) capability is widely touted as an essential part of defense against ransomware. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work as well as planned. Instead of sc
Katherine Gorham
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