Tag: ransomware

Siemplify Redesigned with Scalability, Robustness and the Cloud in Mind

Siemplify Redesigned with Scalability, Robustness and the Cloud in Mind

Earlier this year, Siemplify announced growth of 280% in 2018 and in May raised $30 million. Today, the company announced
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Allure Security Unveils Anti-Phishing Solution to Protect Customers

Allure Security Unveils Anti-Phishing Solution to Protect Customers

Founded in 2009 by Columbia University Professor and cybersecurity researcher Salvatore Stolfo, Ph.D., Allure Security’s mission is to improve early
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Avoiding NextCry NextCloud Linux Ransomware

Avoiding NextCry NextCloud Linux Ransomware

Popular self-hosted productivity platform NextCloud has a hacker problem. A new and particularly troublesome ransomware variant has been identified in the wild.
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Clumio Gets $135M for Cloud Data Backup and Recovery

Clumio Gets $135M for Cloud Data Backup and Recovery

Just yesterday we shared the news about Petroleos Mexicanos or PeMex for short being hit with ransomware with a deadline of
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The 8 Scariest Cybercrime Tricks of 2019

The 8 Scariest Cybercrime Tricks of 2019

It’s time to review this year’s top threat vectors and make sure your cybersecurity defenses are ready for the challenge.
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Infographic: A New Ransomware Attack Every 11 Seconds. 70% Who Pay do not Get Files Back!

Infographic: A New Ransomware Attack Every 11 Seconds. 70% Who Pay do not Get Files Back!

Numerous stats in this post and infographic were provided courtesy of Cybersecurity Ventures. MonsterCloud Cyber Security has just released a
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Hackers Have Just Devastated Global Hospitals

Hackers Have Just Devastated Global Hospitals

Imagine a ransomware attacker so successful – they shut down a hospital’s ability to take new patients. Now consider the
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Edgesource Launches Tier 1 Cyber Certification

Edgesource Launches Tier 1 Cyber Certification

Hackers are scanning the internet constantly, looking for holes to exploit. Systems which haven’t been patched quickly are an especially
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Should Russia and China Set the U.N Rules on Cybersecurity?

Should Russia and China Set the U.N Rules on Cybersecurity?

China has been stealing $57 billion of U.S. IP for years and is also said to have hacked over 20
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Ransomware Resurgence a Threat to Every Organization

Ransomware Resurgence a Threat to Every Organization

From a cybersecurity standpoint – the first quarter of 2019 was very bad for businesses and local governments, schools, etc.
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