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31 May, 2023

Why Manufacturers Are Especially Prone to Ransomware Attacks

Sponsored Post: Nasuni The greater the leverage, the greater the chance a ransomware attack will prove successful. An attacker gains leverage in two ways. The first is reach. The more operati
Brad Rudisail
29 May, 2023

Cybersecurity Consolidation—What It Is and Why You Should Care

Sponsored Post: Palo Alto Global organizations face two major security challenges in today’s business climate: digital transformation and macroeconomic conditions. Let’s address digital t
Lakshmi Kanadadai
24 May, 2023

The U.S. Government Drops Hints It Might Ban Ransom Payments—Another Panacea or Long Overdue?

Many organizations pay ransomware criminals, while anecdotal evidence suggests an increasing number don’t. But until recently, the consensus was that the decision to pay or not pay should b
John E. Dunn
17 May, 2023

Ransomware Hijacks University Alert System to Threaten Students and Staff

What’s the worst thing a ransomware attack can do to an organization? For a long time, the answer to that question was to encrypt large numbers of files so that the victim would have to cho
John E. Dunn
10 May, 2023

Ransomware Attackers Are Using Zero Day Exploits

Among software vulnerabilities, none is more feared than so-called “zero days,” which are known only to the attackers (that is, defenders have “zero days” to patch). These have tradit
John E. Dunn
09 May, 2023

Ransomware Recovery Doesn’t Have to Grind Your Organization to a Halt

Sponsored Post: Nasuni Ransomware is a term that strikes fear in the minds of many CIOs and Technology Directors. While not a death sentence, it can certainly seem so as downtime turns from m
Brad Rudisail
04 May, 2023

Patient Demands That Hospital Pay a Ransom

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
John E. Dunn
28 April, 2023

Are Macs Next on the Ransomware Target List?

There aren’t many certainties in cybercrime, but one that is often repeated is that malware is overwhelmingly a problem affecting computers running Microsoft Windows. This can sound like a
John E. Dunn
25 April, 2023

Building the Zero Trust Enterprise: A Holistic Approach

Sponsored Post: Paul Kaspian, Product Marketing Leader & Security Evangelist | Zero Trust | ZTNA | SASE | SSE | Network Security | IoT and OT | XDR, Palo Alto Networks As the th
Paul Kaspian
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