Blog Posts Tagged with "Ransomware"


The 5 Motives of Ransomware

January 04, 2018 Added by:Joseph Carson

Who would have foreseen the impact of both WannaCry and NotPetya

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The IT Security Lessons from 2017

December 22, 2017 Added by:Avishai Wool

A look at the IT security lessons that can be learned from 2017

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Four Ways to Protect Your Backups from Ransomware Attacks

November 22, 2017 Added by:Rod Mathews

Backups are a last defense and control from having to pay ransom for encrypted data, but they need protection also.

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Healthcare Orgs in the Crosshairs: Ransomware Takes Aim

November 03, 2017 Added by:Sanjay Ramnath

Ransomware and other threats are not going away anytime soon and healthcare will continue to be a target for attackers. The hope is that healthcare professionals continue to keep IT security top of mind.

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NotPetya — 'Ransomware' That Spreads like a Worm

July 12, 2017 Added by:Sean Tierney

NotPetya techniques led researchers to believe the true goals of the attack was disruption rather than monetary gain.

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Malware Prevention Key to Countering Evasive Attack Techniques

June 28, 2017 Added by:Eddy Bobritsky

We can’t stay in the malware arms race by building a tool for every trick malware creators conjure up. It’s critical that we develop broadly applicable methods that frustrate their efforts by turning those tricks into defensive weapons.

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WannaCry and Jaff: Two Different Malware Attacks with A Common Goal

June 02, 2017 Added by:Sean Tierney

On Friday, May 12, two separate ransomware attacks were unfolding, each both using different distribution capabilities and malware.

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WannaCry Shows World the Need for Endpoint Security

May 24, 2017 Added by:Amir Geri

Ransomware attacks will continue to become more sophisticated and effective as the year goes on. It is now imperative that organizations prepare their networks and devices for a ransomware attack.

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What Is Your Security Canary?

April 13, 2017 Added by:Jesse McKenna

Although traditional anti-malware approaches tend to focus on looking deep within each endpoint for suspicious activity, in the case of ransomware particularly, this equates to monitoring the coal miners and when an event happens, you’ve just lost a miner.

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Bracing for the Future of Information Security Threats

April 04, 2017 Added by:Steve Durbin

New attacks will impact both business reputation and shareholder value, and cyber risk exists in every aspect of the enterprise. Here are the top nine threats to information security over the next two years.

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When Ransomware Strikes: Does Your Company Have a Data Disaster Recovery Plan?

February 16, 2017 Added by:Jeff Erramouspe

Ransomware is rampant and those who commit the attacks aren’t discriminating against any industry, company size, or company location.

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DynA-Crypt Ransomware Steals and Deletes User Data

February 11, 2017 Added by:Ionut Arghire

A newly observed piece of ransomware doesn’t merely focus on encrypting user’s files, but also attempts to steal data from the infected machine, and to delete files, researchers warn.

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2017 Cybersecurity Trends Already in Action

February 08, 2017 Added by:Nathan Burke

With each passing year, it seems that newly-uncovered hacks and the number of users impacted grow larger and larger. One big prediction for 2017 that we haven’t seen come true yet is that we'll have a new major breach.

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What We’re Learning about Ransomware, and How Security Is Stepping Up to the Task

November 08, 2016 Added by:Hatem Naguib

If anything is certain about the latest ransomware trends we’ve been tracking, it’s that no one is immune to an attack. Ransomware attackers don’t discriminate.

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Don’t Be a Victim – Fight Ransomware Attacks with These Proven Steps

July 27, 2016 Added by:Hatem Naguib

There is certainly no shortage of cyber-attacks in the headlines, and none more prevalent than ransomware attacks. These bold attacks encrypt user files, then demand a ransom in exchange for decrypting the files and restoring access to the original owner.

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BadBlock Ransomware Encrypts Windows System Files

June 06, 2016 Added by:Ionut Arghire

Dubbed BadBlock, a new ransomware doesn’t stop at encrypting the user’s photos, videos, and images, but does the same for Windows system files as well, which ultimately results in the computer being no longer usable.

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