Posts Tagged ‘ransomware’

Diagnosis Cyber: The Cyber Threats to Healthcare

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Diagnosis Cyber: The Cyber Threats to Healthcare By Olly Jones – PGI Cyber The Cyber Threats to Healthcare took another twist as news emerged this week that a virus had infected the network of the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundations Trust (NLAG), forcing it to shut down computers in two hospitals and cancel operations…

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Ransomware study explores “Customer Journey” of retrieving files

Ransomware study explores “Customer Journey” of retrieving files

Ransomware criminals actually care about your convenience. That’s according to a recent experiment detailed in a new F-Secure report, Evaluating the Customer Journey of Crypto-Ransomware and the Paradox Behind It. The experiment involved evaluating the “customer experience” of five current crypto-ransomware variants, beginning with the initial ransom screen all the way to interacting with the criminals behind each of those variants.

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Security 2016: the rise of cyber crime and ransomware

Security 2016: the rise of cyber crime and ransomware

Security 2016: the rise of cyber crime and ransomware Michael Sutton, CISO at Zscaler predicts: Partners are recognised as the weakest link History suggests that enterprises aren’t doing enough to ensure that trusted partners maintain security to the same standards as their own. In the past we have seen this with the Target breach which…

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