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 […]
An odd characteristic of cybercrime is that it’s almost always disembodied. Crimes are perpetrated by someone out there but precisely who is only rarely made clear. This mystery can confuse victims. The history of crime is a long one but until recently it was a much more human-to-human affair, conducted in person. This didn’t make […]
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 choose between spending weeks reinstating data or paying the ransom as a shortcut. Around four years ago, attackers turned to […]
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