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Michael Gillespie Aug 6
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is how you write some of the world's slowest code. Read a byte, encrypt it, write it back. One. Byte. At. A. Time. Not the first time I've seen this... 🤦
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Peg Hosky 8m
Rebecca Fitzhugh You can't look at the news without hearing about somewhere in the country. We need to think about immutability baked into your backup architecture:
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Attorney at Work 12m
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Ahsan Ayub 12m
Happy to report our work has been published in IEEE IRI conference. We devise an effective ransomware detection scheme by extracting actionable insights from granular activities at the process level during the encryption of the data assets.
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@varatech Aug 12
Ransomware attacks may often appear to come from nowhere, but there is a series of warning signs and indicators. Read the blog here:
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xexagen Aug 8
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Anexinet 33m
[eBook] Ransomware is Here to Stay: The Real-Life Impact of an Attack and what you can do to reduce your risk. Businesses in 2019 fell victim to every 14 seconds. What would you do if your critical files and data were held ransom? Read more ☞
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Eric Vanderburg 23h
5 Secrets to Survive the Encryption Apocalypse
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DataBreachToday 23h
Avaddon , first spotted in June, announces that it too has joined the “steal victims’ data and leak it if they don’t pay up fast” club << reports
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AvagoCompany Aug 12
With ransomware attacks increasing, cyber insurance now seen as a necessity, not a luxury
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Chintaharan Tiwari 10h
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Belarus recently announced the arrest of a 31-year-old man on charges of distributing the GandCrab . More:
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Arcserve 2m
attackers tend to focus their efforts where they are likely to get paid. Here are some stats need to know:
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US-CERT Aug 6
🗄️ Regularly backup your system and other important files on a separate device that can't be accessed from a network. If you become a victim of , you can restore your system to its previous state using your backups.
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SafeGuard Cyber Aug 12
CEO writes for magazine on what executives should do when faced with a attack. Check it out 👉
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Antonio Grasso Aug 6
Ransomware attacks may continue to make substantial amounts of money for threat actors. As per 's assessment. Link >> via
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stat 4: 35% of IT pros reported multiple attacks against SMBs in a single day.
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Mario Scalora Aug 12
No organization is immune from attacks. Learn how to keep data backups secure and attackers at bay with Pure Storage.
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Check out CEO 's piece in magazine: How Executive Leaders Should Confront 👉
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Michael Gillespie Aug 10
w/ extension ".AB89", note "AB89_INFO.rtf" spotted on ID Ransomware.
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