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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

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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.
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News video: Carroll County Sheriff's Office hacked

Carroll County Sheriff's Office hacked

KSPR's Matt Buhrman reports.
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News video: Ransomware attack on BWL will cost $2.4 million

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A cyber-attack against the Board of Water & Light last spring resulted in a $2.4 million cost that was largely covered by insurance. The costs were mostly used to pay for a cyber-emergency response..
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News video: Local Business Held for Ransom

Local Business Held for Ransom

A LAFAYETTE SMALL BUSINESS OWNER IS SOUNDING THE ALARM AFTER SHE FALLS VICTIM TO A CYBER ATTACK AND HER BUSINESS WAS HELD AT RANSOM.
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News video: Lafayette Business Held for Ransom

Lafayette Business Held for Ransom

A Lafayette small business owner is sounding the alarm after she falls victim to a cyber attack and her business was held at ransom.
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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

Morning Roundup: Ransomware attack shuts down Licking County government | How Cleveland Clinic doctors protested the travel ban | Macy’s CEO open to a sale | Most romantic restaurants

Locking up servers, demanding ransom. The Newark Advocate reports a computer virus discovered late Tuesday night caused the Licking County government to shut down its computer and phone systems..
bizjournals

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

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..
TechNewsWorld

Ransomware disrupts Washington DC's CCTV system

About 70 percent of the cameras hooked up to the police's closed-circuit TV (CCTV) system in Washington, D.C., were reportedly unable to record footage for several days before President Trump's..
PC World

Cybereason Survey Finds More Than Half of the Citizens in the United States Have Never Heard of Ransomware

A survey by Cybereason of consumers finds that the majority aren't aware of ransomware and don't realize ransomware attacks reached epidemic stages in 2016. Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 19, 2017 On..
PRWeb

KillDisk cyber sabotage tool evolves into ransomware

A malicious program called KillDisk that has been used in the past to wipe data from computers during cyberespionage attacks is now encrypting files and asking for an unusually large..
PC World

The year ransomware became one of the top threats to enterprises

On Feb. 5, employees at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, started having network access problems that prevented electronic communications. Over the next few days, they..
PC World

Cybereason Declares War on Ransomware with Launch of RansomFree

Cybereason launches its free ransomware-blocking software, able to defend against new types of ransomware attacks, as part of its mission to eliminate global cyber crime. Boston, MA (PRWEB) December..
PRWeb

Fighting ransomware in the cloud

A recent survey of 500 businesses revealed that nearly half were brought to a standstill by a ransomware attack within the last 12 months. Ransomware is malware that installs covertly on a victim's..
betanews

United States: Preparing For A Ransomware Attack - Orrick

Ransomware is one of the rising scourges of the business world, with approximately 50% of U.S. companies reporting being hit with a ransomware attack in the past year, according to a recent study.
Mondaq

San Francisco Metro Hackers Threatening to Leak Customer, Contracts Info

san francisco metro hackers threatening to leak customer, contracts info
​The San Francisco transit system (MUNI) suffered a ransomware attack the last weekend, and all its systems got infected with malware that eventually led to everyone getting free rides on Friday..
Softpedia

San Francisco Muni says server data not accessed in ransomware hit

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said late Monday that no data had been accessed from its servers in a ransomware attack on the Muni transit system and the agency has never considered..
PC World

Hacked Muni refused $73,000 ransom demand; computers restored

For all Muni Metro riders knew, free light-rail rides Friday night and Saturday were a holiday gift from the transit system. [...] officials shut down the system’s ticket machines and opened the fare..
SFGate

San Francisco's public railway system hit by hackers

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency says it decided to open the gates at underground stations of its light rail system Friday and Saturday after detecting a "ransomware" attack aimed at..
SFGate Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

Weekend of free rides follows ransomware attack on Bay Area transit

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is the latest of several institutions to experienced a ransomware attack on computer systems.
Christian Science Monitor


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