Prioritize patching vulnerabilities associated with ransomware

A threat research from Cyber Security Works (CSW) has revealed a 7.6% increase in ransomware vulnerabilities since the publication of the Ransomware Spotlight Report in January 2022. In the last quarter, ransomware attacks have made mainstream headlines on a near-daily basis, with groups like Lapsus$ and Conti’s names splashed across the page. Major organizations like […]

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Cardiologist charged for use and sale of ransomware

The US Attorney’s Office is charging a Venezuelan cardiologist with attempted computer intrusions and conspiracy to commit computer intrusions. The charges stem from his use and sale of ransomware, as well as his extensive support of, and profit sharing arrangements with, the cybercriminals who used his ransomware programs. “As alleged, the multi-tasking doctor treated patients, […]

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Comment ne pas être à nouveau victime d’un ransomware | Blog officiel de Kaspersky

Au cours des dernières années, les cybercriminels s’en sont pris aux petites entreprises, aux grandes usines, aux villes et même à certains pays en lançant des attaques de ransomwares. Ces attaques entraînent généralement de grosses pertes financières et nuisent à la réputation des victimes. C’est pourquoi certains s’efforcent énormément pour supprimer les conséquences. Mais n’oublions […]

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Remote work hazards: Attackers exploit weak WiFi, endpoints, and the cloud

Infoblox unveils a global report examining the state of security concerns, costs, and remedies. As the pandemic and uneven shutdowns stretch into a third year, organizations are accelerating digital transformation projects to support remote work. Meanwhile, attackers have seized on vulnerabilities in these environments, creating more work and larger budgets for security teams. 1,100 respondents […]

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