Universal Health Services says most of its network and applications are back online after a massive malware infection hit the company last week.
A security incident at Universal Health Services has taken the network of the large health system offline.
The University of California San Francisco paid some of the $1.14 million ransom to regain access to data encrypted by ransomware on its School of Medicine servers.
The Evil Corp group responsible for the Dridex malware is using a new ransomware called WastedLocker that targets cloud services and backups.
Ransomware operators have begun using long-held positions inside corporate networks to deploy ransomware.