Fake ransomware uses phishing emails for fraud

Fraudsters are using the fear of major ransomware attacks like WannaCry to threaten people into paying out.

Businesses facing multiple ransomware attacks yearly

Ransomware is arguably the biggest threat your company faces when it comes to cybersecurity. And it’s rarely a one-time attack.

Only 50% of ransomware victims recover stolen data

With so many ransom attacks occurring these days, it’s difficult to know what you should do if you become a victim.

2017: Ransomware caused ‘worst year ever’ in breaches

Data breaches nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017, and most of those attacks could’ve been avoided or significantly downgraded with basic IT best practices.

5 arrested in Romania for spreading email scam

Five Romanians were accused of spreading an email scam that infected users with Curve-Tor-Bitcoin (CTB) Locker and Cerber ransomware.

Ransomware targets backups: 3 ways to protect your company’s data

Ransomware has run cybersecurity researchers ragged this year, and 2017 isn’t quite finished yet.

Bad Rabbit spreading across Europe just like its namesake

Same problem, different week in the cybersecurity world. A new ransomware called Bad Rabbit is spreading across Europe and a portion of the U.S.

Is wave of new data-destruction ransomware the next NotPetya?

A new type of ransomware is sweeping across the globe, boasting 20 million attacks in a day.

Guest networks are open invitation for WannaCry and similar attacks

You might be sick of hearing about this summer’s blockbuster ransomware hit WannaCry and all of its horrible sequels, but hackers aren’t getting tired of locking up your system and files. And if you thought you’re safe because you aren’t running Windows OS, you’re wrong.

WannaCry’s ransomware brother is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

July started off with a different sort of bang as a more sinister and quieter ransomware began infecting systems worldwide.