Malware

Read: Ransomware Shuts Down Michigan School District

Ransomware Shuts Down Michigan School District

Systems that were affected by the ransomware attack included the district’s phones, copiers, classroom technology and heating.

Read: Healthcare Facilities Need More Cybersecurity Pros

Healthcare Facilities Need More Cybersecurity Pros

Despite being one of the most targeted sectors for cyber attacks, data breaches and malware, the healthcare industry doesn’t value cybersecurity as much as it should.

Read: The Worst Cyber Attacks of 2019

The Worst Cyber Attacks of 2019

These big data breaches had expensive consequences. Is your organization adequately protecting itself?

Read: Nearly 4 in 10 Security Cameras Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

Nearly 4 in 10 Security Cameras Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

Outdated firmware and recycled passwords make many security cameras vulnerable.

Read: With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

With End of Windows 7 Support, Security Risks Lurk

Microsoft will soon stop supporting Windows 7, which poses risks for unpatched and insecure network devices. Is your campus addressing this vulnerability?

Read: 110 U.S. Nursing Homes Affected by Ransomware Attack of Tech Service Provider

110 U.S. Nursing Homes Affected by Ransomware Attack of Tech Service Provider

This latest Russian attack could put some nursing homes impacted by the ransomware out of business.

Read: Russia’s 2017 Cyberattack on Ukraine Seriously Impacted U.S. Hospitals

Russia’s 2017 Cyberattack on Ukraine Seriously Impacted U.S. Hospitals

NotPetya not only crippled Ukraine, it caused $10 billion in damage worldwide and negatively impacted U.S. patient healthcare.

Read: Louisiana Governor Declares Statewide Cybersecurity Emergency

Louisiana Governor Declares Statewide Cybersecurity Emergency

The governor suggests Louisianans educate themselves on cybersecurity to prevent future malware attacks from on businesses, schools or residents.

Read: Cape Cod Community College Recovers 80% of Stolen Money

Cape Cod Community College Recovers 80% of Stolen Money

The college was attacked by hackers who infiltrated the school’s banking information and were able to make several transactions.

Read: Malware Attack Shuts Down Columbia State for 2 Days

Malware Attack Shuts Down Columbia State for 2 Days

The virus spread when an employee opened a malicious email attachment, forcing classes on all campuses to close for two days.

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