Ransomware

Read: Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

The baby’s mother says the hospital didn’t disclose computers were down and her daughter consequently received diminished care.

Read: Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Ransomware gangs are now threating victims that they’ll “burn your data if you get a negotiator.”

Read: Missouri Hospital Is the Latest Victim of Ransomware

Missouri Hospital Is the Latest Victim of Ransomware

The ransomware attackers posted private patient information online, including Social Security numbers and medical information.

Read: 3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

The only way to start gaining ground in the cyber war is to instill a culture of security at every level.

Read: Helping Your Campus IT and Cybersecurity Teams Avoid Burnout

Helping Your Campus IT and Cybersecurity Teams Avoid Burnout

Despite the rise in nation-state hacking, phishing attacks and ransomware, there are ways you can reduce burnout in your IT teams.

Read: Yikes! Ransomware Attacks Up 151% So Far This Year

Yikes! Ransomware Attacks Up 151% So Far This Year

In the first six months of 2021, education saw a 615% spike in ransomware incidents, while healthcare experienced a 594% increase.

Read: Pandemic Pushes Rise of School Cyber Attacks, Projected to Keep Climbing

Pandemic Pushes Rise of School Cyber Attacks, Projected to Keep Climbing

Virtual learning coupled with poor cyber defenses contributes to schools’ vulnerability to ransomware.

Read: You’re a Ransomware Victim. Should You Pay Up?

You’re a Ransomware Victim. Should You Pay Up?

If your organization has been hit with ransomware, here are several things to consider before you shell out millions in cryptocurrency to hackers.

Read: Improving Campus Cybersecurity with Segmentation

Improving Campus Cybersecurity with Segmentation

Deep partitioning to better isolate public and private network access is emerging as a viable cybersecurity strategy. Here’s how segmentation can help your campus.

Read: Protecting Your Campus from Cyber Disaster

Protecting Your Campus from Cyber Disaster

Securing your own network is important, but campuses must also confirm that the outside vendors and networks they connect with are also secure.

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