Ransomware is a form of digital extortion that brings many organizations to their knees. With their data encrypted or systems locked up, companies are at a loss to contain the damage, while every minute that goes by means lost
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Ransomware. Just saying the word conjures up images of lost data, systems locked down, and whole organizations coming to a grinding halt. Encryption ransomware attacks increased by 48.3% in 2015. Find out how to protect your company
Yahoo's announcement that state-sponsored hackers have stolen the details of at least 500 million accounts shocks both through scale -- it's the largest data breach ever -- and the potential security implications for users.
By now, not only security professionals, but also many knowledge workers and consumers are well aware of the insidious nature of ransomware. As its name implies, ransomware is malicious software that holds data files hostage pending
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Over the past two years, Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes have caused at least $3.1 billion in total losses to approximately 22,000 enterprises around the world, according to the latest figures from the FBI. Since January 2015,