A new report confirms what many companies and individuals learned firsthand — ransomware was a nightmare in 2019. What does this say about 2020?
A spear-phishing email has resulted in a U.S. gas pipeline ransomware attack. Making the attack worse: The IT and OT networks were not segmented.
After being hit by ransomware hackers, New Jersey’s biggest hospital health system paid the attackers to get their files back. Did they do the right thing?
A new ransomware known as NextCry has surfaced affecting NextCloud file-sharing software. The lesson yet again: beware — and back up your files.
Texas has become the latest victim of ransomware attacks targeting local governments or agencies. It’s unclear who’s behind this attack — or why.
You can ramp up your security technology all you want, but you still have to watch out for the biggest cybersecurity risk: those pesky humans.
Do you have non-techie employees? If they understand these key cybersecurity terms, they will be able to make the right security decisions.
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