TheHackerNews - Intel Adds Hardware-Enabled Ransomware Detection To 11Th Gen Vpro Chips
Intel 11th Gen vPro Chips Adds Hardware-Enabled Ransomware Detection
Bleepingcomputer - Babuk Locker Is The First New Enterprise Ransomware Of 2021
It's a new year, and with it comes a new ransomware called Babuk Locker that targets corporate victims in human-operated attacks.
TheCyberSecurityPlace - The State Of Ransomware: A Bigger Fear Than Covid-19
That’s according to a flash survey of nearly 50 senior cybersecurity professionals taken at Optiv Security’s November OptivCon Virtual event.
Computerweekly.Com - Space &Ndash; The New Frontier In Cyber Security
While there are significant kinetic threats in space, just as on Earth, there are even greater cyber security related threats and it is important to note that these can come from outside the major state actors, with smaller rogue states developing attacks on satellites.
SmallBusinessTrends - How To Protect Your Business From Ransomware Attacks
Ransomware is one of the most common forms of attack businesses face. Here is how you can protect your business from ransomware attacks.
Statescoop - Local Governments Needn’T Face Ransomware Streak Alone, Experts Say | Statescoop
The Christmas ransomware attack against the small town of Cornelia, Georgia, marks just the latest incident in a trend experts said they expect to become worse still in 2021.
NetenrichSecurity - Top 5 Ransomware &Amp; Top 10 Vulnerabilities | Netenrich
Checkout the top 5 ransomware and top 10 most trending vulnerabilities of 2020 as per KNOW – Netenrich's threat intelligence platform.
Ransomware In 2020: A Banner Year For Extortion
From attacks on the UVM Health Network that delayed chemotherapy appointments, to ones on public schools that delayed students going back to the classroom, ransomware gangs disrupted organizations to inordinate levels in 2020.
CISOMAG - Delaware County to Pay $500,000 Ransom After Experiencing Cyber Disruptions
Delaware County discovered an intrusion in some parts of its computer networks, and has hence agreed to pay $500,000 to the ransomware operators to recover stolen data.