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203 results for tag Ransomware:

‘Marriages of Convenience’ Between State Actors and Cybercriminals Provide Cover for Both

U.S. authorities warn that cooperative efforts between state-sponsored actors and cybercrime groups make life more difficult for defenders and law enforcement.

Government, Ransomware

Caesars Says Cyberattack Stemmed From Third-Party Vendor Compromise

Public disclosure of the Caesars cyberattack comes as MGM Resorts continues to face disruption across its hotels and casinos due to a separate cyber incident.

Cyberattack, Ransomware

Cuba Ransomware Attacks Reveal TTP Modifications

Researchers said they observed new tactics being used by the well-known ransomware group in attacks against a critical infrastructure entity in the U.S. and an IT integrator in Latin America.


White House Wants to Bolster School District Cybersecurity

According to the White House, in last year’s academic year at least eight K-12 school districts in the U.S. were impacted by significant cyberattacks, and four of those caused schools to cancel classes or close completely.

Education, Ransomware

CISA Sounds Alarm on Critical Infrastructure Devices Vulnerable to Ransomware

As part of its Ransomware Vulnerability Warning Pilot program, CISA has notified more than 100 organizations that they are running internet-exposed devices with flaws that are frequently targeted by ransomware actors, including 26 alerts related to the MOVEit Transfer flaw.

CISA, Ransomware