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Wind Farms Are Not Ready for Ransomware

At the Black Hat conference, researcher Jason Staggs demonstrated that just about every wind farm in America is woefully unprepared for a cyberattack.
PCMag.com

Ransomware victims paid over $25 million to recover files

Ransomware victims have paid more than $25 million in the past two years to get their data back, a new study by Google has shown. The report, made by researchers at Google, Chainalysis, UC San Diego,..
betanews Also reported by •MailOnline

Videos for ransomware

News video: Ransomware is so big, hackers are staffing help desks

Ransomware is so big, hackers are staffing help desks 01:25

Malware is being run like a professional business, with customer service staff to help victims make ransom payments.
Source: CNET - Affiliate -

News video: IT expert shares tips on how to protect against ransomware

IT expert shares tips on how to protect against ransomware 01:32

IT expert shares tips on how to protect against ransomware
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News video: The Threat Of Ransomware

The Threat Of Ransomware 00:42

Ransomware is one of the worst threats on the Internet. And with the criminals behind it earning millions of dollars each month, There’s no sign that the situation will improve anytime soon...
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News video: Cyberattacks Could Cost As Much As Natural Disasters

Cyberattacks Could Cost As Much As Natural Disasters 00:41

Lloyd's of London warns that a major cyberattack could cost more than Hurricane Katrina.
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News video: Homeland Security Adviser Addresses Computer "Wanna Cry" Ransomware

Homeland Security Adviser Addresses Computer "Wanna Cry" Ransomware 04:22

The Homeland Security Adviser to the President, Tom Bossert, took to the podium after being introduced by Press Secretary Sean Spicer to address the ransomware attack called 'Wanna Cry' that struck the..
Source: Celebrity Wire Studio -

 

2017 Fast 50: KnowBe4

KnowBe4 trains people how to make better security decisions so they don't get duped online or by hackers or fall prey to ransomware and fraud.
bizjournals

Why ransomware costs small businesses big money

Small businesses lose tens of thousands of dollars with each attack.
CNNMoney

UK ransomware victims most likely to pay up

A new study from anti-malware specialist Malwarebytes reveals that UK users are most likely to pay up if hit by ransomware. The study of over 1,000 companies across the US, France, UK, Germany,..
betanews

How to Select an SMB IT Consultant

Hoboken’s eMazzanti Technologies promotes free guide to help small and mid-size businesses looking to reduce IT costs and accelerate revenue growth with technology (PRWEB) July 27,..
PRWeb

Strong and stable, my arse. UK wobbles when coping with ransomware


The Register

Obama Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel to Headline the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum

HIMSS unveils speaker lineup featuring cybersecurity experts from, Intermountain, MIT, Partners HealthCare, UPMC. New York, NY (PRWEB) July 27, 2017 HIMSS announced today that Michael Daniel,..
PRWeb

No More Ransom celebrates a year with over 100 global partners

New Delhi , July 27 : The No More Ransom initiative launched by the Dutch National Police, Europol, McAfee and Kaspersky Lab in July 2016, celebrates a year today with 100 partners, as major ransomware..
newKerala.com

US indicts alleged Russian money-laundering 'mastermind' behind $4 billion bitcoin exchange

us indicts alleged russian money-laundering 'mastermind' behind $4 billion bitcoin exchange
A US jury indicted a Russian man on Wednesday as the operator of a digital currency exchange that handled more than $4 billion (£3 billion) of bitcoin, and has allegedly been used for money-laundering..
Business Insider

Sophos so good: Cyber attacks are great for this FTSE 250 security firm

sophos so good: cyber attacks are great for this ftse 250 security firm
Sophos has had a lift from global cyber attacks and that's set to continue. *The figures* Revenue for the first quarter jumped 11.3 per cent to *$141.8m*, or 14 per cent on a constant currency..
City A.M.

Authors of Petya Ransomware Made Businesses Invest in Cyberdefense - Qiwi CTO


RIA Nov.

Ransomware 'here to stay', warns Google study

ransomware 'here to stay', warns google study
Cyber-thieves made at least $25m from ransomware in the last two years suggests research by Google
BBC News

Sebi to meet bourses, discuss cyber security, tech glitches

Regulator Sebi will discuss with stock exchanges tomorrow measures that need to be taken to avoid recurrence of technical glitches at bourses, as also steps to bolster cyber security framework,..
Deccan Herald

Ransomware spike blamed on easy-to-use malware builders

ransomware spike blamed on easy-to-use malware builders
Experts blame a spike in ransomware on user-friendly versions that are free to download.
BBC News

Reckitt Benckiser says cyber attack and lawsuit continue to cause problems

reckitt benckiser says cyber attack and lawsuit continue to cause problems
Consumer goods group Reckitt Benckiser (RB) has released a mixed half-year report this morning, noting a decrease in like-for-like revenues but hiking the interim dividend. The company recorded a..
City A.M.


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