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Dutch parliament hit by 'ransomware' attack - ANP news

The Dutch parliament's website was briefly hit by a so-called 'ransomware' attack on Tuesday, Dutch news agency ANP reported.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters IndiaReuters

Traditional endpoint protection ineffective in fighting ransomware

Ransomware continues to be the most lucrative business model for cyber crime, and a new study indicates that existing endpoint protection methods may not be enough to guard against it. The survey from..
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News video: Senate Democrats in Pennsylvania Are Cyber-Hostages

Senate Democrats in Pennsylvania Are Cyber-Hostages 00:33

According to state officials, the Pennsylvania Senate Democrats have been hit by a ransomware attack that has locked senators and employees out of their computer network since the early morning hours..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Hack holds Austrian hotel to ransom

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A luxury Austrian hotel was held to ransom in a cyber attack over the weekend.
Source: Reuters - Next Media -

 

Friday Talking Points [428] -- Ryancare's Awfulness

As is becoming the new normal, a ton of things happened in Washington this week. Donald Trump kicked the week off by tweeting out a conspiracy theory, then he rolled out "Muslim Ban 2.0," and by week's..
Huffington Post

Ransomware Attack Locks Democratic State Senators Out Of Their Computers

WASHINGTON ― A ransomware attack has frozen Democrats in the Pennsylvania state Senate out of their computers, data, email and website. The attack, believed to be the first such on a state..
Huffington Post

Over 60 percent of organizations hit by ransomware in 2016

Ransomware continues to be a major problem, a new report reveals that more than 60 percent of organizations suffered some form of ransomware attack in 2016. The good news is that 54 percent..
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Pennsylvania Senate Democrats resist ransom in cyberattack

(AP) — Pennsylvania's top state Senate Democrat said Monday that no ransom has been paid to resolve a cyberattack that shut down the caucus' network and prompted an FBI investigation. Senate..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •SFGateSeattle Times

Ransomware hits Pennsylvania's Democratic state senators

Democrats in Pennsylvania's state Senate were locked out of their computer network early Friday morning due to a ransomware attack, NBC News reports. According to an unidentified state official who..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Aspida Adds Recovery to Their HIPAA Compliant Product Suite

Aspida introduces Recovery; a fully integrated enterprise-grade backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Specifically designed for healthcare practices, Aspida’s Recovery solution includes..
PRWeb

United States: Data Breach Watch: A General Counsel's Guide To Preparing For And Managing A Ransomware Attack - Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP

Paying a ransom to access your computer files? Not as unusual as it sounds. The Department of Justice estimates that on average, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks occurred per day last year.
Mondaq

Hackers Targeted DC Police Cams Days Before Inauguration

hackers targeted dc police cams days before inauguration
A ransomware attack darkened the video surveillance system of the District of Columbia's police department eight days before the presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump. Video storage devices for..
MacNewsWorld Also reported by •TechNewsWorld

Researcher develops ransomware attack that targets water supply

A security researcher is showing that it’s not hard to hold industrial control systems for ransom. He's experimented with a simulated water treatment system based on actual programmable logic..
PC World

5 things you're doing that put your identity at risk

5 things you're doing that put your identity at risk
There are some things we all do every day to put ourselves, our identities, and our data at risk. If you practice good data hygiene, and regularly follow routines for securing data, you can help..
Business Insider


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