cybercrime

28 06, 2017

Petya NotPetya? Ransomware NotRansomware?

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A day after the Petya attack outbreak, we’re left with a plenty of questions and a bit more insight.
27 06, 2017

Petya Ransomware Attack: What We Know So Far

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Petya (or NotPetya) spread quickly across Europe and the US, affecting business, government agencies and critical infrastructure
24 05, 2017

Why We’re Still Talking About WannaCry and You Should Too

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It’s been two weeks since the WannaCry ransomware attack — ages in cyber time — and new threats seem to be brewing. But there’s still lessons to be learned and action to be taken against this type of threat.
6 03, 2017

A Brief History of Distributed Cybercrime

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How did we get to a point where ransomware could force a major hospital to operate entirely on paper or a major city to provide public transit rides for free? The answer: lots and lots of easy money.
23 10, 2013

Our Shared Responsibility: Supporting National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)

By | October 23rd, 2013|Cybersecurity|1 Comment on Our Shared Responsibility: Supporting National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)

“Stop. Think. Connect.” October 2013 marks the 10th Anniversary of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Let’s all do our part to share the responsibility of protecting cyberspace.
30 01, 2013

Stop the Bleeding! The FBI is Working to Prevent Cyber Crimes: Here’s What You Should Do

By | January 30th, 2013|Cybersecurity|0 Comments on Stop the Bleeding! The FBI is Working to Prevent Cyber Crimes: Here’s What You Should Do

Speaking in San Francisco at the RSA Cyber Security Conference, Muller was heralding the needfor security experts to be ready. The consequences of a security breach could be significant: "The end result of these developments is that we are losing data. We are losing money. We are losing ideas and we are losing innovation. And as citizens, we are increasingly vulnerable to losing our information," he concluded. "Together we must find a way to stop the bleeding."