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todayMay 23, 2020

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RSA 2017 Features Huge Demonstration of Support for Cyber Threat Intelligence, Encryption, and Cryptography Standards as 24 OASIS Member Companies Collaborate | OASIS

Bay Dynamics, DFLabs, EclecticIQ, Fujitsu, IBM, LookingGlass, New Context, NC4, ThreatConnect, ThreatQuotient, TruSTAR, and Verisign Demo STIX and TAXII Support. Cryptsoft, Feitan, Fornetix, Hancom Secure, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), IBM, Kryptus, Oracle, Quintessence Labs, SafeNet, Utimaco, and Watchdata Demo KMIP Interoperability and/or PKCS #11 Support. San Francisco, CA; 13 February [...]


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todayMay 15, 2020

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Phishing attacks are what percentage of cyber attacks?

In February of this year, the FBI released their annual report on cybercrime. The report revealed that, in 2019, businesses and individuals lost a total of $3.5-billion to cybercriminals; an increase of 23% when compared to 2018. The most common form of internet crime was phishing, affecting 114,702 victims. So, ...

todayApril 25, 2020

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Cyber Security Today – COVID-19 news roundup: Stimulus cheque scams, FBI warning, contact text con and a ransomware trend | IT World Canada News

COVID-19 news roundup: Stimulus cheque scams, FBI warning, contact text con and a ransomware trend Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Wednesday April 22nd. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com. To hear the podcast click on the arrow below: Criminals are already trying to take advantage of ...

todayApril 19, 2020

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Ransomware Hackers Hit Cononavirus Biotech Researchers – MSSP Alert

by DH Kass • Apr 10, 2020 Ransomware hackers in March hit a biotechnology research outfit working to understand the human body’s immune response to help speed development of a vaccine for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The Pleasanton, California-based 10x Genomics, which designs and manufactures gene sequencing technology, confirmed the ...

todayMarch 6, 2020

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Ransomware installs Gigabyte driver to kill antivirus products

  A ransomware gang is installing vulnerable GIGABYTE drivers on computers it wants to infect. The purpose of these drivers is to allow the hackers to disable security products so their ransomware strain can encrypt files without being detected or stopped. This new novel technique has been spotted in two ...

todayMarch 5, 2020

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Ransomware victims are paying out millions a month. One particular version has cost them the most.

Ransomware: You can’t just rely on cloud-synced backups Ransomware victims are finding out too late that their vital backups are online and also getting encrypted by crooks, warns cybersecurity agency. Ransomware victims have paid out more than $140 million to crooks over the last six-and-a-half years, according to calculations by ...

todayMarch 5, 2020

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Ransomware Attackers Use Your Cloud Backups Against You

Backups are one the most, if not the most, important defense against ransomware, but if not configured properly, attackers will use it against you. Recently the DoppelPaymer Ransomware operators published on their leak site the Admin user name and password for a non-paying victim’s Veeam backup software. Leaked Veeam Account ...

todayFebruary 21, 2020

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Ransomware the new online ‘nightmare’ for business

ALBANY — The kind of ransomware attack that froze Albany accounting firm BST’s records is growing increasingly common as hackers look for new targets to extort. One expert calls it “the nightmare scenario. “Unfortunately, this is the new style of attack,” said Tim Weber, security services director at ADNET Technologies ...

todayFebruary 15, 2020

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Attacked by Ransomware, Many Companies Opt to Pay Up – CFO

It’s like the plot of a James Bond movie: Hackers take control of a global organization’s computer systems and threaten to destroy its records, steal its intellectual property, and drain its bank accounts unless a hefty ransom is deposited into an untraceable offshore bank account by the end of the ...