Ransomware

The Impact of the FireEye Breach

The FireEye hack is a regrettable event that will likely cause significant issues for US companies and governmental agencies. The […]

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New Vulnerability Exposed Through Remote Work Platforms

Russian state-sponsored threat actors are in the spotlight this week. The vulnerability, labeled as CVE-2020-4006, is impacting VMware’s product, Workspace […]

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2 Million Credit Cards Stolen in Just One Year

It only took CLOP Ransomware group one year to steal two million credit cards from E-Land Retail, operator of retail […]

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Healthcare Technology Transition in Cybersecurity

Almost every device used by healthcare organizations is connected to the internet in some way. It is endpoints galore within […]

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International Computer Security Day

Cyber Monday falling on the same day as International Computer Security Day is ironic to say the least. Our world […]

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How You Can Shop Safely This Cyber Monday For Free

Cybercriminals are spinning up for the holidays! Every year over the holiday season especially during cyber Monday, we see these […]

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Your Driver’s License Information is Not Safe at All

If you have a Texas driver’s license, your personal identifiable information (PII) may have been compromised in a recent data […]

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The Scary Partnership between Malware and a Threat Group

Qbot, also known as QakBot, is a banking trojan and has decided to use Egregor ransomware to carry out attacks. […]

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One of the most Prominent Ransomware Operators Attacks Managed.com

REvil ransomware group has demanded $500,000 from Managed.com, a web hosting provider. On Monday, Managed.com announced a cyberattack on their […]

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COVID-19 Biotech Firm Infected with Malware

A German firm supplying SARS-CoV-2 antigens for medical researchers working on finding a cure for COVID-19 has been hit with […]

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