Ransomware

Read: Study: Widespread Alert Fatigue Results in Ignored Cybersecurity Alerts

Study: Widespread Alert Fatigue Results in Ignored Cybersecurity Alerts

Cybersecurity analysts are being overwhelmed by a flood of false positive alerts from disparate solutions, with missing incidents a rising fear.

Read: Ransomware Payments Decreased 34% Last Quarter

Ransomware Payments Decreased 34% Last Quarter

Fewer organizations are caving to hacker demands, which has resulted in lower average ransomware payments.

Read: CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

U.S. cybersecurity officials are warning K-12 schools that hackers are increasingly targeting them. Here’s how campuses can mitigate these risks.

Read: Ransomware Attack Forces Baltimore County Schools to Close

Ransomware Attack Forces Baltimore County Schools to Close

Critics say multiple red flags preceded the ransomware attack on the school district.

Read: Cybersecurity Workforce Gap Has Narrowed This Year

Cybersecurity Workforce Gap Has Narrowed This Year

Cybersecurity association (ISC)² in a new report says although the global cybersecurity workforce grew in 2020, it needs to grow 89% to fill the talent gap.

Read: Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

State-backed attacks and ransomware demands averaging around $1 million are the top concerns for security professionals, CrowdStrike survey finds.

Read: Newhall School District Approves Security Contract After String of Vandalism Incidents

Newhall School District Approves Security Contract After String of Vandalism Incidents

The California school district reported 27 incidents of vandalism between Jan. 2020 and Oct. 2020, despite schools being closed since March.

Read: Russian Hackers Planning More Cyber Attacks on U.S. Hospitals

Russian Hackers Planning More Cyber Attacks on U.S. Hospitals

At least ten hospitals are being targeted with ransomware, while nine facilities in six states have already been attacked.

Read: Sonoma Valley Hospital Security Incident Blamed on Ransomware

Sonoma Valley Hospital Security Incident Blamed on Ransomware

The security incident triggered a significant downtime event, according to the hospital.

Read: Feds Warn Healthcare Facilities of ‘Increased and Imminent’ Ransomware Threat

Feds Warn Healthcare Facilities of ‘Increased and Imminent’ Ransomware Threat

CISA, FBI and HHS say malicious cyber actors are targeting the healthcare sector with Trickbot malware.

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