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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Who are the people the ransomware groups most rely on for their business model? Most commentators fall back on the conventional view that the ransomware industry’s main protagonists are the clever but amoral hacker masterminds looking to make big bucks. But occasionally we get a glimpse that what’s inside the criminality’s black box might be […]
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 be left to the victim. Now it looks as if this choice might soon be taken away with the news that the Biden administration is considering banning […]
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