Tag: ransomware

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Fluidra enhances its global workforce security with YubiKeys

Fluidra Group – A global leader in the pool and wellness industry Responding to the growing cybersecurity threat CISOs today operate in a challenging cybersecurity landscape, explains Uruñuela: “There is a lot of cybercrime, as well as more regulations coming soon from governments in both Europe and North America. Then there is the current economic

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New cyber insurance requirements place high demands on education

The education sector currently faces the highest volume of cyberattacks of any sector, with 60% of educational institutions (higher and lower) suffering ransomware attacks in 2021. Cyberattacks are a source of significant cost and can cause major disruption to school operations, which was the case of the recent attacks at UMass and Baltimore County Public

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Mitigation and incident response plans to help prevent ransomware attacks

We’ve all grown accustomed to a flood of ransomware attack  news almost every week, with no end in sight. The recent arrest of two Ukrainian ransomware attackers demonstrates that the White House is serious about going on the offensive against ransomware distributors. But often enforcement could end up being a game of whack-a-mole — hit

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Combat Ransomware: Strong authentication best practices to defend against threats

Organizations are increasingly becoming victims of ransomware attacks. And this had long been foreshadowed with experts having estimated earlier that a ransomware attack will occur every 11 seconds in 2021*. When it comes to ransomware it’s not a question of if your organization will be targeted, but when. Ransomware and its connection to strong authentication

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Combating ransomware attacks on your enterprise

What do a PC manufacturer, a meat supplier and a mental health clinic have in common? They have all been victims of ransomware attacks. They’re not alone. Ransomware attacks grew by over 485% in 2020, leveraging the new ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model of profit-sharing in exchange for ransomware tools.  One of the most infamous recent ransomware