French hospital cancels operations after a ransomware attack

A French hospital near Paris canceled operations and transfer some patients due to a cyber attack suffered over the weekend. France’s health ministry announced that the Hospital Centre of Versailles was hit by a cyber attack over the weekend. Hospital Centre of Versailles, which includes Andre-Mignot Hospital, Richaud Hospital and the Despagne Retirement Home, canceled […]

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If one sheep leaps over the ditch…

Introduction If one sheep leaps over the ditch, the rest will follow. This is an old saying, found in various languages, and it can be applied to ransomware developers. In previous blog posts, we highlighted an increase in the popularity of platform-independent languages and ESXi support, and recently, we wrote about ransomware borrowing these propagation […]

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Engage your employees with better cybersecurity training

Cybercriminals use a variety of tactics all at once and are constantly innovating. Organizations need to do the same and take a multidimensional approach to cybersecurity because biannual training videos aren’t enough to engage employees or protect your business. Is your cybersecurity strategy disengaging employees? A bad actor stole $540 million from an NFT gaming […]

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Law enforcement agencies can extract data from thousands of cars’ infotainment systems

Law enforcement agencies can extract data from the infotainment systems of thousands of different car models. Data managed by infotainment systems in modern vehicles are a valuable source of information for the investigation of law enforcement agencies. Modern vehicles come with sophisticated infotainment systems that are connected online and that could represent an entry point […]

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